Meet our bi-weekly volunteers who have demonstrated hard work in their respective Committees, in the past two weeks!
📌 QUADRI YINKA QUADR from our Mental Health Committee shares:
“VOIS is a beautiful community, and it is an organization that not only amplifies the voices of students, but also positively impacts everyone they can. This is one reason I joined, to be able to contribute in helping out others.”
📌 MARAM LAOUAR, from the Institutional Discrimination Committee shares:
"Never stop, until you feel proud. The social work is amazing, but never enough. Keep working, giving and inspiring others."
📌 KIRU ANNETTE NJOKI from our Gender Related Issues Committee says:
“My name is Kiru and I believe in making the world a better place for everyone. I am passionate about social affairs, progressive human engagement and most of all, gender issues. It is no wonder that i am a member of the VOIS Gender Related Issues Committee.
VOIS gives me a platform to express my passions, live my truth and make the island a better place for me and other students. We can all play our parts in being changemakers. Let us support VOIS Cyprus.”
📌 MOHAMMED BAYOUMY from our Housing Issues Committee says:
“Since i was chosen as Bi-weekly Volunteer once more, I owe it to my team leaders to be a bit serious this time with my quote. Firstly, I want to thank everyone in VOIS for the amazing work they do, and the different issues they tackle constantly almost without rest. Honestly, I was surprised at how much hard work and passion that those in VOIS have towards helping everyone, and it honestly always inspires me to work harder and go the extra mile. I would not be on today's spotlight, if not for the support of a lot of people, from those working in the background and those actively trying to make things work without a single thanks. This is a shout out to those amazing people. Thank you very much for all of your hard work. I look forward to working continuously with everyone, and hope we can all come together as one community -- those in and out of VOIS.”
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