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Service in action


King’s developed #ContinuingToServe (#CTS) as a university-wide approach to bringing together, strengthening and celebrating the many ways in which the King’s community responded to COVID-19. As we focus our attention on welcoming our students to King’s, we have brought #CTS to a close.

While #CTS as a response to COVID-19 has come to an end, we know that our students, staff and alumni will continue to serve society in imaginative and meaningful ways. To discover how you can volunteer – either remotely or locally to you – or donate items, see further down this page.

Find out more about how our students, staff and alumni have supported our local, national and international communities during this challenging time by reading ‘Our stories’.

If you have a story to share or a query about volunteering, please contact

If would like to find out more about how we work with and support our local communities in London, please visit the London webpages. If you have a query related to our work in London, please contact

Charities, community organisations and social enterprises

  • To see other ways King's can support you or your communities, like free online sports classes, free legal advice and access to research, check our #KingsLocal pages.
  • To discover other support that might be available to you from funders and infrastructure bodies, see further down this page.

King’s students, staff and alumni

  • To see ways in which you can volunteer – either remotely or locally to you – or donate items, see further down this page.
  • To sign up to receive emails with volunteering opportunities, complete this form.
  • To support our NHS partners, or if you are an NHS body seeking support from King’s, please complete this form.
  • To let us know about a story we can share, email or let us know how you are making a difference by tagging @ServiceAtKings on Twitter and Instagram, and by using the hashtags #ServiceAtKings and #WeAreKings.

As well as volunteering in your own time, everyone employed by King’s can choose to spend up to three days per year (pro-rated) doing voluntary work for another organisation or volunteering scheme using Service Time (internal).

Remember that the main priority when volunteering during the COVID-19 pandemic should be to keep yourself and others safe. Before volunteering you should read carefully the government guidelines for wherever you are. You can read the UK government’s guidelines on how to help safely here.

KCLSU – Recognising student volunteers