The Volunteering Services Unit (VSU) is UCLU’s dedicated facility for students who want to get involved with volunteering projects in the local community. You can give as much or as little time as you can spare; learning new skills, making friends, and contributing to other peoples’ lives.
Okay, how do you find out more about volunteering? Visit our ‘Get Started’ page - you can sign up for our weekly vacancies bulletin, tell us what sorts of things you’re interested in, and see what else is on offer.
23rd - 30th March: We’ve got a great selection of volunteering opportunities in today’s edition – roles include volunteering at Stonehenge, Queen’s Crescent Community Association, Hopscotch Asian Women’s Centre, UCL Neuroscience Society’s Art Exhibition…read more.
QUEEN’S CRESCENT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
LUNCH CLUB ASSISTANT
Queen’s Crescent Community Association is a registered charity providing services and activities for the local community (NW5) from birth to old age. We’re based in a disadvantaged area and serve the needs of local people.
We are looking for people to help out in our Lunch Club for a couple of hours a week by serving hot food and drinks for our service users. You will gain experience working and interacting with older people as part of a small, friendly team…read more.
Not sure what you’d like to do? Have a browse of around 500 different volunteering opportunities in our Volunteering Directory.
If you have an idea for a project that could have an effect on the local community, why not create it yourself? Or you could develop your leadership and organisational skills by taking on one of our existing projects. Find out more.
The Global Citizenship Programme Voluntary Sector Programme (“GC Voluntary Sector”) is a two-week academy for future voluntary sector leaders and others who embrace the challenge of solving complex local and global problems using skills and ingenuity, running after summer exams - Find out more.
Don’t have much time, but still want to get involved? Why not try our one-off volunteering programme. It’s updated every week with conservation events, festivals, fundraising activities, sports and cultural events and lots more. Find out more.
VolSoc aims to help support students who volunteer at UCL, by providing socials to meet like-minded students and running groups for student project leaders. The society helps shape the development of volunteering at UCL and works closely with the VSU - Find out more.
Why do UCL students volunteer and what to they get out of it? Watch our film to find out more.
Our research shows that students who volunteer feel more able to find paid work, feel more at home at UCL and in London, make new friends, and generally feel better. Find out more.
What have our volunteers been up to? You can read about their adventures here.
Our Volunteering Fairs are a chance to have a chat with volunteer recruiters from across London and find your perfect project. We’ve got events scheduled for October, November, January and February - find out more.
What do we do? How do you get in touch with us? Where can you find us? And who will you encounter when you visit? All these questions and more answered on our About the VSU webpages.