The Duke of Edinburgh's Award in Moray

                                                                                      
 

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a voluntary, non-competitive programme that aims to provide young people, aged between 14 and 25, with an enjoyable, challenging and rewarding programme of personal and social development, regardless of gender, ability or background.

The Award helps young people develop new skills, try new activities and support their local community through volunteering, whilst working towards gaining an accreditation that is recognised and valued by colleges, universities and employers.

DofE in Moray is reliant on our volunteers. This includes teachers and other volunteers who freely give their own time to help run DofE groups, facilitate, coach and mentor activities, and supervise expeditions. All are keen to share their skills and enthusiasm to help young people reach their potential. 

Find out more about the Award in Moray, either as a participant, parent or adult volunteer, please use the buttons below:

Information for Participants Information for Volunteers Information for Parents

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Legacy

Your support can help ensure that all young people have the opportunity to fulfil their potential. If you would like to make a donation or a provision for a legacy that will support a young person in Moray, please contact us.

Contact Us

Duke of Edinburgh Moray Award Officer
Lossiemouth Community Centre
Coulardbank Road
Lossiemouth
IV31 6JW

01343 813614

dofemoray@moray.gov.uk

External Links

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