Volunteer Hall of Fame

Thank you to all our fantastic volunteers!

On behalf of all of the communities, organisations and people we work with, we would like to say a massive THANK YOU to all our volunteers- past and present. Thanks to your support, Teach A Man To Fish continues to grow, supporting more young people to reach their full potential in in work and in life. Below are names of some of our recent volunteers and what they have contributed to Teach A Man To Fish.


  • Guilia for work on communications, Monitoring & Evaluation and programme support!
  • Toby for work on School Enterprise Challenge outreach and helping create our Buddy Guide resources!
  • Emma for outstanding work on communications and fundraising.
  • Paul for work on communications, planning our first Harlequins fundraising event and for helping Pan African Awards 2014 get the most entries ever!
  • Jurgita for amazing dedication on our International Programmes team and supporting planning our annual conference.
  • David for incredibly important finance and accounting support!  
  • Aurore for creating and launching School Enterprise Challenge 2014 in French.
  • Clare for designing training materials, supporting Africa programmes work and doing great fundraising applications.
  • Michael for writing and researching brilliant fundraising applications. 
  • Teresa for creating and launching School Enterprise Challenge 2014 in Spanish and much much more! 
  • Jean for creating amazing educational resources for School Enterprise Challenge 2014.
  • Maria for all of your help developing PR and comms for the Central America network and sending out our newsletters in Spanish.
  • Angie for great work on programmes support and monitoring and evaluation. 
  • Emily for fantastic work on Pan-African Awards and communications. 
  • Grace for outstanding fundraising support. 
  • Esther for all your support on the School Enterprise Challenge programme. 
  • Lily for all your work on the mentoring programme at Imperial and School Enterprise Challenge. 
  • Subindu for support with School Enterprise Challenge 2013 and fundraising.  
  • Sam S for writing us a wonderful Primary Entrepreneurship Curriculum. 
  • Rocio for updating the Media section of the website and re-writing our Press Pack. 
  • Hamish for supporting School Enterprise Challenge 2013 and doing loads of business plan marking and data analysis!   
  • Sam B for helping with social media and press for Pan African Awards and making a fantastic video for Teach A Man To Fish!  
  • Ana for all of your support with organising the Annual Conference 2013 in Paraguay! 
  • Rosanna for helping to market School Enterprise Challenge 2013 and assisting with fundraising.
  • Juliana for researching and preparing materials for the Africa programmes and assisting with fundraising.
  • Emma G for working hard researching Trusts and Funds and writing great proposals.
  • Oli for marketing School Enterprise Challenge 2013 and managing the website, blog and Social Media!
  • Emma T for developing a secondary enterprise curriculum and creating amazing teaching resources.

If you would like to get involved and become a volunteer, please click here.


  • Blasts from the past: Let's not forget our past Field Officers either. Find out more about these heroes of old in our Field Officer Hall of Fame.

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