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Connecting with Charities is a webinar series led by King's Volunteering which aims to showcase volunteering opportunities available with our community partners.
For this webinar, we'll be joined by brilliant community partners who work to support people with their mental health and wellbeing through a range of initatives. Students and staff will be able to hear about their mission and find out how they can make a difference by being a part of their work.
Ad Christodoulou (Blackfriars Settlement)
Ad Christodoulou is the Service Coordinator for Mental Health and Wellbeing at Blackfriars Settlement. He leads on developing and hosting events that promote wellbeing, through connections and relationships.
Tanya Madden (Providence Row)
Tanya Madden is the Volunteer Development Manager at Providence Row. Hear from Tanya on how volunteers contribute to the work of Providence Row, the support that is in place to enable volunteers to thrive and how you can be a part of it.
Andy Naylor (South London Cares)
Andy is the Head of Programmes at South London Cares. As Head of Programmes Andy manages the South London Care programmes and support the team in delivering their brilliant initiatives, designed to build connections by brining older and younger people together - to share time, laughter, new experiences and friendships.
If you’re passionate about mental health and looking for ways to give back to your local communities, then please sign up to find out more.
King’s Volunteering is your one-stop shop for discovering opportunities and building connections with people and organisations that are driving positive change in our local, national and international communities.
From one-off events to regular volunteering opportunities, there's something for everyone. Whether you are passionate about the environment, education or mental health, King’s Volunteering can connect you with an organisation and a cause that's right for you.
We all have our reasons to volunteer, whether it’s advocating for a social issue, gaining new skills, improving our wellbeing or meeting new people. Whatever your motivation, sign up to King’s Volunteering to connect, discover and make a difference.
Student Wellbeing Team
Student's at King's can make an appointment with a Faculty Wellbeing Advisor who can help you to move through any roadblocks you might be experiencing, work with you to create a Wellbeing Action Plan and signpost you to the relevant King’s support services for your needs. Find out more online.