My name is Malaki Preston

Malaki Preston
Malaki Preston

I live in the Burngreave area, which is where I am from. Before this opportunity, I wasn’t doing anything, I was going to look for a job but lucky enough this came along.

Changes should be made around the area, there should be places like youth clubs to get youth off the streets and not up to no good. My hopes for the future are to become a good worker, with a good job and to help youth and children. I think I would make a good role model because I can communicate with kids my age and younger, let them know what kind of things I’ve been through and for them not to do the same.

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