Despite her age, Daisy has a strong history of , and passion for, helping others. After a troubled childhood, Daisy gained qualifications to attend university, throughout which she voluteered to help those less fortunate.After graduating, she managed the Street Reach programme in Winchester, supporting young people at risk of homelessness, unemployment and criminal activity plus young carers and young people in care. She gained grants in excess of £30K for this project. Daisy set up the Activity Buddy Scheme 3 years ago to train volunteers to support disabled people access sports and leisure acivities. This currently involves 30 disabled users. Daisy also set up and obtained grant funding to develop the Cycles for All project which enables children and adults with disabilities the opportunity to cycle. Volunteers support users with especially adapted cycles, Currently this supports 50 children and adukts with disabilities every week. For several years Daisy has delivered dance, film and drana classes to adults with physical and learning disabilities at local day centres, including the Hexagon and Bishopstoke Day Centre. Daisy was awarded the Senior Volunteer of the Year Award 2010 (Eastleigh's Sports Awards). For two years Daisy has been an outstanding Communuity Development Manager for Eastleigh Youth Trust, working from the Pavilion on the Park in Eastleigh. Our board of trustees cannot speak highly enough of Daisy's comitment to help and support others.