Members - Kent Youth County Council

Kent Youth County Council (KYCC) members represent young people in their area. They help to voice their opinions and bring about change.

To stand for election as a member of KYCC, you have to:

  • be 11-18 years old
  • live, go to school or work in Kent
  • tell us what you want to campaign on and why people should vote for you.

You'll need to come to at least 10 meetings per year.

See the Kent Youth County Council Elections Results Summary 2018 (PDF, 653.6 KB)

KYCC district and community members 2020

Members

Alex

I hope to achieve greater rights for young people so that we enter adulthood prepared for life ahead. We should not be ignored any longer about issues that will affect our future.

This is Alex's second year as a KYCC member.

Anastasia

I believe the youth have every right to be heard and taken seriously, especially when it comes matters that concern them.

Amy

I hope to bring positive change in the lives of young people which equips them for the future and helps them be valuable members of society.

Bailey

I'm a passionate activist for people my age. I've got a voice and I intend to use it any way I can to give it to other people my age too.

Daniel

I aim to bring real change to Kent's young people with campaigns to ensure they are taught skills to prepare them for life outside school.

This is Daniel's second year as a KYCC member.

Ethan

I believe that above all, good mental health support is the key for young people to learn in school, to function in the workplace, and more.

Toby

During my time at KYCC I hope to accomplish what I set out in my manifesto. I think the issue that needs most attention is mental health. With a long waiting list to get the support to those who need it. I hope that KYCC can rally behind my idea that more teachers are trained in counselling for young people.

This is Toby's second year as a KYCC member.

Todd

I hope to provide a better forum for the youth issues and problems to be solved and/ or expressed. I want to facilitate better mental health transportation and mental health resources guidance and help.

This is Todd's second year as a KYCC member.

Deputy members

Brooke

I think that young people should have a voice in Kent and all young people should be heard.

Isabella

I firmly believe I can and will make a change for the better in the lives of young people in Ashford.

Members

Alisha

I am determined to fight for what I believe in, such as what will benefit young people in the future.

Ella

I’d like to carry on bringing a voice to young people across Kent and voicing issues we all suffer from as young people.

Harry

If I was elected to KYCC, I would endeavour to help improve areas key to young people across Kent such as equality and mental health.

Jack

I believe that I can make positive changes to young people's lives in Kent because I am aware of and affected by the same problems.

This is Jack's second year as a KYCC member.

Lawrence

I want to expand my knowledge of politics and get some experience on real life governing bodies and get to know new people from all over Kent.

This is Lawrence's second year as a KYCC member.

Poppy

I love politics, am a great public speaker and I'm a hard worker.

This is Poppy's second year as a KYCC member.

Zubair

I want to campaign on issues which are ignored by our governing bodies, affecting our future as well as our day-to-day lives.

Deputy members

Eleanor

I am incredibly passionate about the voices of young people being heard.

Layla

I want to make the world a better place and not just for this part of Kent but all over.

Ruby

I want to improve the social ecological environment around Canterbury by making it healthier, cleaner and attractive for people to enjoy.

Dartford members

Dan

I've been a member of KYCC before and have seen how the work of the youth council successfully affects the youth of Kent.

Krista

I am part of KYCC because I think I could make a change to a lot of things that go on in the world. I have chosen mental health as my campaign group which I think has an impact on a lot of people and I want to make changes to.

This is Krista's second year as a KYCC member.

Jonathan

I will look to progress the issues that matter to young people across the country and bring about change. In particular I will look to work on youth participation in politics, so people are better informed on how to shape their future.

This is Jonathan's second year as a KYCC member.

Rayyan

I want to bring change in the lives of youth and add value with my innovative and personable attitude. I believe everyone deserves to be happy.

Shoni (Shoniwa)

I hope as a KYCC member I can help improve mental health and curriculum for life across Kent I would like to create an environment that people will like.

This is Shoni's second year as a KYCC member.

Sevenoaks members

Bella

I want to positively impact the youth of Kent. I care about climate change and mental health, as well as young people’s voices being heard.

Chloe

I want to share my ideas to the wider community and help my district the best I can.

Grace

I aim to give young people a supportive voice within the community while raising awareness about issues that are specific to everyone.

Jacob

I am reliable and I will think through every decision I make to help out as many people as is possible. I can give my opinion and persuade others effectively and quickly.

This is Jacob's second year as a KYCC member.

Oliver

As a KYCC member I hope to be able to voice all concerns of young people in my district, be available to talk to anyone who needs to talk and make a change in Kent to better suit young people. I also hope to build up my social and speaking skills to benefit me so I can be of better help to young people.

This is Oliver's second year as a KYCC member.

Ruqayyah (Ruki)

I want to be the voice of the younger generation, and I believe that if we work together on these issues we can have a better tomorrow.

This is Ruki's second year as a KYCC member.

Stevie

All young people deserve to be safe, happy and have a fun and a safe place to enjoy and relax.

Dover members

Anya

I hope to make life easier for young people and be able to communicate sensible views. I hope to eventually be Prime Minister and make the whole country a better place to live.

This is Anya's second year as a KYCC member.

Ciara

Everyone should be able to enjoy their life and be respected and loved for who they are. We’re one kind; we should all be treated the same.

Holly

I would love to show the young people of Dover the impact that their words can have and relay them to KYCC.

This is Holly's second year as a KYCC member.

James

I have already been a member of KYCC for 2 years. I understand the amazing work I can do as part of it and I want to continue this work.

This is James' second year as a KYCC member.

Joseph

I believe that I can help stop the issues that currently surround Dover. This ranges from psychological troubles to climate change.

Michael

I care about our local area and believe in being active to make a difference for the future. I'll speak strongly about current issues.

Samuel

I want to save the environment in any way possible, I feel like this would be a big step and a great platform for me to help our community.

Thanet members

Ethan

I hope that I can improve the country for young people with what I believe in. Success is good and I am always looking for ways in which we can change and grow.

This is Ethan's second year as a KYCC member.

Josh

I wish to tackle bullying so schools across Thanet can make students feel that they are at home and they can ask for help if needed. I would also like to address mental health.

Lydia

2019 marks my 3rd year as a KYCC member for Thanet. This year i'm going to be working in the curriculum for life campaign group to get better PSHE provisions in our schools. KYCC is something i'm really passionate about and I will endeavour to represent you at every meeting this year.

This is Lydia's fourth year as a KYCC member.

Michael

I believe that Thanet has a few issues, which need to be fixed and I want to make Thanet a nice and calm area.

Ralph

In my second year with the KYCC I would like to continue my work in representing the young people of Thanet and Kent.

This is Ralph's second year as a KYCC member.

Rohit

I would like to be a proactive and energetic member by supporting any campaign. I also hope to represent the young people of Thanet and make sure their voices are heard.

This is Rohit's second year as a KYCC member.

Thomas

I have very strong political views and I want to do what's best for Thanet. I want to put the youth and schools of Thanet first.

Zara

I hope to gain experience in a political environment and project young people's voices so that they can be heard. I also hope to grow as a person and become a more confident and efficient representative.

This is Zara's second year as a KYCC member.

Members

Abigail

I want young people's voices heard, taken into mind and give them confidence.

Channon

I believe passionately in the future and prospects of the people living in the Folkestone and Hythe district and Romney Marsh area.

Chloe

I am passionate about making change for young people and would like to give back to my community.

Damien

I am a good, kind person who likes to help others. I would like to see things happen to make Kent a better place for young people to live.

Finley

I have been at KYCC for two years and would like to make a bigger difference to the anti bullying campaign. I really want to represent you.

Isobel

During my time as a member of KYCC I would love to see a change in people's lives. I hope I will be able to at least change a group of peoples lives. I have a passion for debating which I think will help me in my role. I hope that my talents and passion can help me in my role within KYCC.

This is Isobel's second year as a KYCC member.

Deputy members

Charlotte

I want to make a difference in my area and continue getting my voice heard. This year I want to try and make a difference across Kent.

Courtney

I am dedicated to making young people's lives better. I feel that with a bit of work, Kent can be a place where young people can thrive.

Riley

I have experience of being a playground buddy and anti-bullying ambassador and I'm passionate about making change in my community.

Tyler

I am a politics student and I am always very willing to help improve the lives of young people. I want to make a difference for young people.

Members

Fabienne

I would like to work with transport companies and compromise on ideas to reduce fares. I also want to promote an awareness about mental health and the Grand in Gravesham.

This is Fabienne's second year as a KYCC member.

Gabby (Gabriela)

I hope to be an active member of the KYCC team and develop as an individual as I embark on this new experience.

This is Gaby's' second year as a KYCC member.

George

I want to be part of the anti-bullying campaign and I want to try and stamp out homophobic abuse. I know that I will not be able to put a full stop to this, but I want to be part of reducing it. I really want to reduce the use of bad language in schools because I hear it all the time.

This is George's second year as a KYCC member.

Maria

I am an excellent conversationalist, excellent listener and understand the needs of others. I passionately believe in change for the better.

Nikita

I want to help improve the lives of young people by making changes around Kent that will better their life going into their adulthood.

Simran

I am a reliable and confident individual which possess for a successful outcome. I am a great listener.

Tom

I am a young man with an itching desire to tell the council exactly what the youth need and a flair for ensuring our demands are met.

Deputy members

Abdul

I am a very attentive listener and want to have an impact on the changes that may occur for the younger generation.

Amelia

There are many issues facing our youth today and we need change whether this is tackling knife crime or climate change something needs to be done.

Sharan

I promise to bring some much needed change and voice your opinions. I will make life better for young people so they are happy and healthy.

Members

Charlotte

I am extremely passionate about the issues affecting people in Kent. I will consult with young people in my area to share their views.

Elliot

As a member of KYCC I pledge to represent the best interests of young people in Kent. I will continue to campaign for stronger political awareness and participation for young people.

I believe that everyone has the right to be heard. I believe that we as young people deserve a variety of modern sport and leisure facilities. I will work to establish these facilities. I aim to work to reduce violent crime and anti-social behaviour in Kent as this troubles many of us. I will be working hard throughout the year to serve the young people of Kent

This is Elliot's second year as a KYCC member.

Katie

I would like to help everybody I can by trying hard at campaigning. I want to make sure young people are happy and have a safe place to go.

Nina

I want to represent my community by raising awareness on our environment, improving the current curriculum as well as improving youth hubs.

Summer

I work hard and I am determined. I try my best at everything I do and I feel I can make a real difference.

Will

As a member of KYCC I commit to getting better access for young people to get jobs, improving youth political participation across the county and building an effective curriculum for life.

This is Will's second year as a KYCC member.

Deputy members

Lara

I am passionate about mental health and stopping bullying in all schools. I'll listen to you and never give up.

Sian

I want to help young children to have a safe place to talk about their problems without the worry of being judged.

Members

Alice

I am a very motivated young person who has a passion to make change within my community and my country so I am standing for re-election.

Faiza

I want to make life in Kent better for young people by tackling major issues which are affecting the lives of young people.

Jacob

As a member of the council, I will work to help ensure the curriculum works for you and I will ensure the voice of Swale's youth is heard.

Jack

I will encourage young people in Kent and Swale to use their voices to make change. I will also campaign for mental health and terrorism awareness while also battling to get voting rights for 16 and 17 year olds.

This is Jack's second year as a KYCC member.

Leilah

As a member I hope to continue to push forward curriculum for life. I want to ensure students are better prepared for their future. I also want to encourage change for the better in all of this years topics. Making Kent better is my main goal for this year and the next.

This is Leilah's second year as a KYCC member.

Millie

As a KYCC member I hope to help people as much as I can, especially young people in Swale.

This is Millie's second year as a KYCC member.

Shannon

I hope to make a change to Kent that is positive for all young people and help young people feel safer and enjoy everything in life.

This is Shannon's second year as a KYCC member.

Lacie

I am passionate, dedicated and I want to make a positive impact to student life in Kent.

Deputy members

Faizaan

I am a personable, confident and positive person. I am currently a member of KYCC and would like to continue my work with dedication.

William

I wish to make a difference in young disabled and international students. I have first hand experience with mentally disabled brothers.

Tonbridge and Malling members

Alice

I hope to make a positive impact and be able to represent everyone/ anyone who needs/ wants something to be raised. I commit to getting disabled youths better accessibility for transport and ensure everyone has a safe experience online. As well as this I will work towards getting youth hubs to have greater promotion and improvements.

This is Alice's second year as a KYCC member.

Oscar

I think that in this era of political division, the voice of young people needs to be heard. I would love the opportunity represent you.

Rachel

I want everyone to come together to improve access to transport and facilities for disabled people.

This is Rachel's second year as a KYCC member.

Tunbridge Wells members

Emma

I want to represent the young people in our area who care about the environment we live in, all the while caring for it and conserving it.

Freddie

I'm a confident young boy with the ability to speak in front of large groups. I listen to people's views and opinions. I want to represent the views and ideas of young people in Tunbridge Wells.

Frederick

I want to get our voices heard, to get our opinions known, and above all, make progress.

Luke

I believe that public transport, LGBTQ+ awareness and mental health services need to be improved.

Deputy members

Jamie

I want to increase youth engagement in local affairs, improve public transport for students and have more things for young people to do.

Sam

I will listen to the issues young people have and help to make change for the better.

Disabled young people members

Ben

I believe this is the best option for everyone and I have been dealing with autism and ADHD.

John

I want to help disabled children to have a better quality of life. I want to normalise having a disability and to help voice others' concerns.

Nelly Rose

I'm a very understanding person willing to listen to other people ideas and suggestions.

Home Schooled

Aiah

I care deeply about young people and the community. I have family experience of mental health, autism and young carers and I am home educated.

This is Aiah's second year as a KYCC member.

Autumn

I have loved working with KYCC the last 2 years and would love to continue my work on curriculum for life amongst young people.

International Students

Anastasiia

I hope to help Kent's young people with anti-bullying campaign and also to help the young people from other countries with their language, writing and confidence. The way I want to do this is by making anti-bullying and national courses held in youth hubs.

This is Anastasiia's second year as a KYCC member.

Young Travellers (Gypsy and Roma) members

Artur

I want to make any school or community a happy place.

Porcha Skye

I am passionate about people's feelings and people's emotional wellbeing. I would also like to ensure that there be a voice for young carers.

Young black and minority ethnic people members

Lah-Ella

I want to create an environment wherein young people of colour (POC) and LGBTQ+ feel every part as encouraged, supported and heard as their white counterparts.

Young LGBT people members

Jack C

I would like to help others who may not be secure with themselves, or may be worried about others judging them.

Jack E

I want to get young people's voices heard. I want to represent LGBTQ+ youth who might not have much support. Make a difference for young people.

Mikey (Michael)

I hope that I can make Kent a more peaceful place, with a reduction of bullying and make the environment much cleaner. I would also like people to accept the LGBT community and the fact that everyone is different.

This is Mikey's second year as a KYCC member.

Uniformed groups

Jordan

I want to better the chances of this generation and allow them to have a safe, comfortable and secure upbringing in our communities.

Zoe

I have been waiting for an autism assessment for a year now and have little support. I want to help people like me to get the help they need.

KYCC district and community members 2019

Alex

I hope to achieve greater rights for young people so that we enter adulthood prepared for life ahead. We should not be ignored any longer about issues that will affect our future.

Charlotte

I hope to get your voice heard and allow what you say to happen in the best way possible.

Daniel

I aim to bring real change to Kent's young people with campaigns to ensure they are taught skills to prepare them for life outside school.

Diya

I am experienced in both fields of campaigning and public speaking. I have been elected for my school council for 2 years running and have positively changed the perspectives of the local community.

Eleanor

I have been working hard within KYCC for the past 3 years and look forward to representing the young people in Kent for my 4th and final year.

Finley

I'd hope to be elected chair or vice chair again and id like to get involved more with the older KYCC members.

Isobel

During my time as a member of KYCC I would love to see a change in people's lives. I hope I will be able to at least change a group of peoples lives. I have a passion for debating which I think will help me in my role. I hope that my talents and passion can help me in my role within KYCC.

Jesse

This year I hope to get the anti-bullying posters, booklets and short film done and to get transport to be more frequent than it is at the moment, especially in difficult areas of travel.

Michelle

Giving students the opportunities to get work experience, get more contacts and gain life experience to help them be more competitive when applying for universities and jobs.

Sophie

I hope to continue my work in anti-bullying and equality helping young people like me to have an open and inclusive mindset and not to be restricted from being themselves.

Toby

During my time at KYCC I hope to accomplish what I set out in my manifesto. I think the issue that needs most attention is mental health. With a long waiting list to get the support to those who need it. I hope that KYCC can rally behind my idea that more teachers are trained in counselling for young people.

Todd

I hope to provide a better forum for the youth issues and problems to be solved and/ or expressed. I want to facilitate better mental health transportation and mental health resources guidance and help.

Alice

Statement will be online shortly.

Ella

I would like to improve public transport and make GCSE's open book, relaxing some of the pressure on young people.

Harry

As a KYCC deputy member id like to help young people across Kent, especially in the Canterbury district I want to improve mental health facilities for young people.

Jack

I believe that I can make positive changes to young people's lives in Kent because I am aware of and affected by the same problems.

Lawrence

I want to expand my knowledge of politics and get some experience on real life governing bodies and get to know new people from all over Kent.

Poppy

I love politics, am a great public speaker and I'm a hard worker.

Elizabeth

I am a proactive passionate young person who would like to improve the mental health and well being for young people.

Fabienne

I would like to work with transport companies and compromise on ideas to reduce fares. I also want to promote an awareness about mental health and the Grand in Gravesham.

Gabby (Gabriela)

I hope to be an active member of the KYCC team and develop as an individual as I embark on this new experience.

George

I want to be part of the anti-bullying campaign and I want to try and stamp out homophobic abuse. I know that I will not be able to put a full stop to this, but I want to be part of reducing it. I really want to reduce the use of bad language in schools because I hear it all the time.

Jonathan

I will look to progress the issues that matter to young people across the country and bring about change. In particular I will look to work on youth participation in politics, so people are better informed on how to shape their future.

Krista

I am part of KYCC because I think I could make a change to a lot of things that go on in the world. I have chosen mental health as my campaign group which I think has an impact on a lot of people and I want to make changes to.

Shoni (Shoniwa)

I hope as a KYCC member I can help improve mental health and curriculum for life across Kent I would like to create an environment that people will like.

Anya

I hope to make life easier for young people and be able to communicate sensible views. I hope to eventually be Prime Minister and make the whole country a better place to live.

Bethany

I am kind and helpful and I believe that everyone deserves to be happy and live life to the limit.

Blake

I will try to stop bullying and try to make school a happier place for children and try to encourage people to be the best they can be.

Cameron

I think there should be more to do for younger children and more places to go to.

Holly

I would love to show the young people of Dover the impact that their words can have and relay them to KYCC.

James

I have already been a member of KYCC for 2 years. I understand the amazing work I can do as part of it and I want to continue this work.

Jessica

I will make a difference to the world and I think everyone should be treated the same. I will fight for the interests for young people.

Ruby

I will be a good help to the community and I love helping charity. I will also make a difference to young people in Kent.

Alice

I hope to make a positive impact and be able to represent everyone/ anyone who needs/ wants something to be raised. I commit to getting disabled youths better accessibility for transport and ensure everyone has a safe experience online. As well as this I will work towards getting youth hubs to have greater promotion and improvements.

Elliot

As a member of KYCC I pledge to represent the best interests of young people in Kent. I will continue to campaign for stronger political awareness and participation for young people.

I believe that everyone has the right to be heard. I believe that we as young people deserve a variety of modern sport and leisure facilities. I will work to establish these facilities. I aim to work to reduce violent crime and anti-social behaviour in Kent as this troubles many of us. I will be working hard throughout the year to serve the young people of Kent.

Kyle

I want to continue the important work that I have already done in the county with the Transport Campaign and the 'Curriculum for life' Campaign.

Rachel

I want everyone to come together to improve access to transport and facilities for disabled people.

Will

As a member of KYCC I commit to getting better access for young people to get jobs, improving youth political participation across the county and building an effective curriculum for life.

Caitlyn

I want to make my school and the world a better place. I would love to have this opportunity.

Fariba

I want to make a difference and I will fight for my views and opinions until it becomes a reality.

Francesca

I hope to continue my work in the mental health campaign producing resources to help educate the young people and teachers of Kent about mental health. To help young people who struggle with poor mental health can have a better support system and less of a stigma against them.

Frederick

I hope to achieve my goal as making the cost of public transport tickets for 16-18 years the same as children. I also want to help make Kent a better place to live.

Hannah

I actually want to make a difference and it will benefit you more than anyone. It’s the world you are growing up in.

Jacob

I am reliable and I will think through every decision I make to help out as many people as is possible. I can give my opinion and persuade others effectively and quickly.

Keira

I am not afraid to speak and would represent my district with pride. I am a good listener. I get things done to the best of my ability.

Liam

I will endeavour to bolster support for a push to promote wider political engagement and participation of young people in Kent, and in doing so solve the participation crisis in the UK.

Lulu (Lucinda)

I hope to gain confidence in leadership roles and to help to develop my communication skills. I also hope to raise the political awareness of Kent's young people.

Oliver

As a KYCC member I hope to be able to voice all concerns of young people in my district, be available to talk to anyone who needs to talk and make a change in Kent to better suit young people. I also hope to build up my social and speaking skills to benefit me so I can be of better help to young people.

Ruqayyah (Ruki)

I want to be the voice of the younger generation, and I believe that if we work together on these issues we can have a better tomorrow.

Sam

During my time in KYCC I will aim to help you give a voice and make a difference. My main aim for the year are to make resource packs to help schools reduce bullying. I also want to improve public transport in Kent.

Timi

I have excellent leadership skills and i am also a very good team worker. I also believe that i have a lot to bring to the panel.

Alice

I hope to continue working with curriculum for life and contribute further to group discussions and debates than I have in the past year.

Faiza

I hope to resolve issues with anti-bullying as I am extremely passionate about this topic, and also hope to resolve issues with equality especially racism.

Jack

I will encourage young people in Kent and Swale to use their voices to make change. I will also campaign for mental health and terrorism awareness while also battling to get voting rights for 16 and 17 year olds.

Leilah

As a member I hope to continue to push forward curriculum for life. I want to ensure students are better prepared for their future. I also want to encourage change for the better in all of this years topics. Making Kent better is my main goal for this year and the next.

Millie

As a KYCC member I hope to help people as much as I can, especially young people in Swale.

Sadia

I would like to continue my work within the campaign group and interest groups and get to know new members and deputies.

Shannon

I hope to make a change to Kent that is positive for all young people and help young people feel safer and enjoy everything in life.

Faizaan

I would like to help people who are homeless and people who suffer from mental health issues. I would like to reduce night crimes, especially by teenagers.

Ethan

I hope that I can improve the country for young people with what I believe in. Success is good and I am always looking for ways in which we can change and grow.

Grace

As a deputy KYCC member I want to improve the support and facilities provided to young people and their families.

Jack

I would like to encourage others to get involved in voting as young as possible so they can have their opinion stated.

Lydia

2019 marks my 3rd year as a KYCC member for Thanet. This year i'm going to be working in the curriculum for life campaign group to get better PSHE provisions in our schools. KYCC is something i'm really passionate about and I will endeavour to represent you at every meeting this year.

Ralph

In my second year with the KYCC I would like to continue my work in representing the young people of Thanet and Kent.

Rohit

I would like to be a proactive and energetic member by supporting any campaign. I also hope to represent the young people of Thanet and make sure their voices are heard.

Sapphire

I want to make a change for people who suffer from stigmas because they are LGBTQA minority groups or people who suffer from mental illness.

Zara

I hope to gain experience in a political environment and project young people's voices so that they can be heard. I also hope to grow as a person and become a more confident and efficient representative.

Aiah

I care deeply about young people and the community. I have family experience of mental health, autism and young carers and I am home educated.

Aman

I am passionate about seeing young people do things that will make their lives better.

Anastasiia

I hope to help Kent's young people with anti-bullying campaign and also to help the young people from other countries with their language, writing and confidence. The way I want to do this is by making anti-bullying and national courses held in youth hubs.

Autumn

As a 2nd year member this year I hope to improve proficiency in the curriculum for life campaign group and to help a lot more within the environment projects.

Imogen

Having cerebral palsy has provided me with first hand experience of life as a teenager with a disability. Let's educate Maidstone together!

Josh

I am standing for equal rights among everyone, tackling the negative stigma around mental health and aid the youth of Kent. I would also like to be a link between Kent Police and KYCC to fight against youth crime.

Lauren

I will fight for the rights of everyone getting their points and views across effectively and helping those in need.

Mikey (Michael)

I hope that I can make Kent a more peaceful place, with a reduction of bullying and make the environment much cleaner. I would also like people to accept the LGBT community and the fact that everyone is different.

Rachel

I am disabled and I want everyone to come together to improve access to transport and facilities for disabled people.

Saffron

I want to make our community a more accepting place, and for children and teens to feel accepted by their community. Our community should be fun.

Tia

I will make a difference to the world and help people in need. I will be willing to do anything.