Oli has a strong passion in what he does. He has worked very closely with the local charity the drake foundation; he started in running a raffle earning them a record £1009. He then overcame his biggest fear of heights by organising and undertaking a 15,000 ft skydive which raised over £1000. Next he organised a week of events which raised £4,600. His work has led him to change the image of youths; he became the face for charity in the campaign 'The kids are alright'. Oli now volunteers with a charity called the LFA which saw him travel to Auschwitz, he goes into schools and community groups to teach them about the holocaust and diversity in society. He has previously volunteered with the police working in the community earning him 2 good citizenship awards. He has volunteered helping a primary school in an expedition across Dartmoor without him it couldn't of taken place.