The BE YOUR BEST FOUNDATION|
Hans Emblad - Former Director Substance Abuse Programme, World Health Organisation - once said
"In my 30 or 40 years of experience of combating drug abuse or alcohol abuse or tobacco misuse this is by far the most effective preventative action I have come across, one of the very few preventative activities to have a proven record of being successful, and I think anybody who considers these problems important in the world and have the possibility and the means to make a contribution should seriously consider supporting the Rock Challenge."
The Be Your Best Foundation is a charity (Registered Charity Number:
1077291) that promotes UK ROCK CHALLENGE and raises support for its events held annually around the UK.
To go to the BYBF website, please click the link: www.bybf.co.uk
UK ROCK CHALLENGE AMBASSADORS|
A blogging page highlighting the paths and experiences that are leading an increasing number of people to become Ambassadors for UK Rock Challenge!
The page opens at another website: click the link to go there:
2017 VOLUNTEER APPLICATION FORMS|
Going to be a volunteer for UK Rock Challenge® and J Rock™ in 2017?
If this will be your first experience of volunteering for Rock Challenge® and J Rock™ you need this form.
If you have been a volunteer for Rock Challenge® and J Rock™ before, you need this form.
There's loads of information on each form about what's needed, how to fill them in, and where to send them. We look forward to seeing you on tour!
Take a look at some of these past themes for inspiration...
- Northern Junior Final Champions – Hornsea Community Primary School, Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
- Northern Open Final A Champions – Archbishop Sentamu Academy, Hull
- Northern Open Final B Champions – Hazelwood Integrated College, Newtownabbey, County Antrim
- Northern Premier Champions – Cockermouth School, Cockermouth, Cumbria
- Scottish Final Champions – Mackie Academy, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire
- Southern Open Final A Champions – Durrington High School, Durrington, West Sussex
- Southern Open Final B Champions – Cox Green School, Maidenhead, Berkshire
- Southern Premier Champions – Ryde Academy, Ryde, Isle of Wight