What being a Cadet means to me

Sam Browning“I love being a Cadet. I’ve only been one since May but it’s already given me so much.

I was shy, and was struggling at school. But through the Cadet scheme I’ve learnt some really important things that’s not only helping me now, but will help even more in the future.

My organisational skills are much better and I stick at things now.  I get things done.

I wasn’t really committed before. It’s all because of being in a more disciplined environment, but also being given more responsibility.

I’m out and about in the community a lot and really enjoy meeting people.

I’ve represented the Cadets in open days and local community fayres and really want to do more with the community. I feel that my life has really changes for the better, and I’ve got more of the skills that I need for the future.

What we need now are Patrons that we can work with to make an even bigger impact!

We want more cadets to work in more communities and doing more activities for the good of the community. But we need your support to do this.

Help us to make a sustainable and real difference to the next generation in Staffordshire.

Your investment will be put to the very best use – and in return not only will your business feel the benefit, but you will too.

You’ll see the Cadet Scheme in action and can see first-hand the difference that your patronage makes to young people in Staffordshire.