Achieving Goals in the Community
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To say all young people in Scotland don’t care about their communities is wrong and simply not the case. Robert Fox is challenging this view in his own community and has seen great results!
Robert Fox has been volunteering with kids from the local community since the age of 15. A keen football coach, he now has his own club Croftfoot united and has 70 kids and 8 coaches Robert is treasurer of Toryglen sports centre hub.
He is known in the community for being extremely dedicated and nothing is a bother to him.
Taking his role to a new level, Robert will also taxi kids to training and drop of to help parents who have other children and can’t manage.
Last year, he won the volunteer of Scotland award for his continued dedication to the children he works with. He somehow manages to juggle all of this with his job as a full time joiner with Glasgow City Council.
Robert is well known in the community for all his achievements by counsellors and local police and is a great example of a young man who is making a positive impact in his community.