I have nearly always known I wanted to work in an organisation that improves the lives of others. In 2017, I spent some time volunteering in refugee camps in Greece and this really sparked my aspirations to work in the refugee sector. When an opportunity arose to work at The Bike Project I was so excited that I jumped on a plane and moved to London!

Working in the Operations Team means that my role is always busy and diverse. I help to coordinate our weekly donation sessions, the bike shop, volunteers and other day-to-day processes. I love going to work each day knowing that my work helps to get refugees riding in London.

Written on: 03 Mar 2017 | Author: David Charles


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