THE BORO’s teen volunteers are spending the week at a Stockton-on- Tees care home.
The football club’s National Citizenship Service (NCS) group – all aged between 15 and 17 years old – have chosen Mandale House Care Home for their Social Action Project.
The group will spend five days at the Thornaby home with the elderly residents – playing music, baking, watching movies and putting on bingo games, among other activities.
The project – titled Five Days of Fun – also involves a raffle for the local community.
Liz Jones, Customers Relations Officer at Hill Care, which operates Mandale House Care Home, said: “We have a great relationship with the Middlesbrough FC NCS group and they will be visiting several of our Teesside homes over the coming weeks.
“We’re delighted they’ve chosen Mandale House for their Social Action Project, which aims to transform the lives of others in their local community.
“They would like to invite anyone from the local community to come along and join in the days of fun.”
The young volunteers will be at Mandale House Care Home, on Acklam Road, Thornaby, from 2pm-4pm, Monday to Friday, 25 th to 29 th July.