Anjali is a tireless advocate of children's causes who has had a towering impact on young people and has given them the chance to remake their lives. Through diligence, commitment, and flexibility, this young leader has achieved remarkable results. She is passionate about volunteering and has been active volunteer over last four years. Anjali felt that she could use her own skills and experience to give something back to society and help young people to develop themselves. She has spent summers volunteering in a hospice in India working with children and adults who suffer with HIV/AIDS and Leprosy. She mainly spent time at a hospice for children aged 2-16 suffering with HIV/AIDS, organising educational activities including arts, sports and teaching English. She also spent her time visiting leprosy colonies, tribal villages and giving out aid and nutrition to women and children living with HIV/AIDS. This year she will be going to Mali in western Africa to volunteer at a women's rights organisation and help improve nutrition of young children.In between volunteering abroad and in UK she spends her time fund raising by charity runs, organising stalls, volunteering at a refugee group in Manchester and selling home made curries with the help of her mum. In July she will be running her third 10k hoping to raise lots of funds. Volunteers like Anjali really make a difference in young peoples' lives and are an inspiration to us all. Instead of Mali I am going to be going to a organisation working with people suffereing from HIV/AIDS in Brazil working with adults and young people.