Volunteer to be a Reading Well Champion
1 March 2023, 00:00 to 31 March 2023, 00:00
An opportunity to volunteer as part of King’s Global Day of Service
Each year in March, students, staff and alumni take part in a range of volunteering activities across the world as part of King’s Global Day of Service. It’s a great way for everyone to collectively give back and live out King’s ‘ethos’ of service, making a difference in local and national communities.
Become a Reading Well Champion
Reading Well booklists help you to understand and manage your health and wellbeing using helpful reading. The books are chosen by health experts and people living with the conditions covered.
Sign up to champion these booklists so they reach the intended audience. Are you savvy on social media? Have clout amongst colleagues? Close with your community group? You will be provided with resources to share these lists amongst your networks.
- The Reading Well list for children provides quality-assured information, stories and advice to support children’s mental health and wellbeing.
- The Reading Well list for mental health provides information and support for managing common mental health conditions, or dealing with difficult feelings and experiences.
- The Reading Well list for teens suggests recommended reading and digital resources to help Teens understand their feelings and boost confidence.
Upon registering for this digital volunteering opportunity, you will receive links to the booklists and be a Reading well champion.
The Reading Agency
“Our vision is for a world where everyone is reading their way to a better life.”
The Reading Agency is a national charity helping people to tackle life's big challenges through the proven power of reading. For the last 20 years, The Reading Agency has been working across the UK to transform lives and in 2021/22, they supported 1.9 million people through their work. They work with all ages and reach into every community in the country including the most disadvantaged to deliver the benefits of reading where they are needed most; improving skills and learning, promoting health and wellbeing, connecting communities and combatting loneliness whilst also inspiring creativity and engagement with culture.
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