Category: Student Blogs
25 June 2018
Looking to donate your time and expertise? Here are ten ways you an get involved in Cambridge, Chelmsford or Peterborough - and on campus.
Do something for a fantastic cause. Pledge to help refugees in times of crisis. Find a role to fill, donate useful and essential items, and help raise awareness.
Got a flair for the creative? Turn your hand at creating artistic opportunities for the community. Oblique Arts works with the homeless, people with disabilities, children living in poverty and members of the Traveller community in Cambridge. Help to inspire and educate.
Jimmy’s was Cambridge’s first all-year-round night shelter for the homeless. They offer shelter, food, safety and support for rough sleepers all around the city. Lend a hand by donating or volunteering your time.
Unsure about where your help is needed most? Get in touch with PCVS, and they’ll help you with training and finding suitable volunteer work. A great thing to have on your CV.
Offer your support to young offenders and their families in Peterborough. You can help them to make amends, get their voices heard, and help to prevent reoffences. Get in touch with email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what you can do.
Turn your compassion towards helping young people and young adults with disabilities and their families. Help out in Chelmsford by becoming a mentor, gardener, or by working closely with staff for short break activities.
Get lost. Wilderness therapy can help people with mental health issues and vulnerable young people and adults, by using nature as a safe space for education, exploration and self-care. Volunteer in Chelmsford or donate to help out.
http://www.ymcaessex.org.uk/ and https://ymcatrinitygroup.org.uk/
Well known for their support services for children, young people and families. Volunteer your time in Cambridge or Chelmsford to help offer people in need a safe and supportive place to stay.
A small charity in Chelmsford that's helped hundreds of homeless people find temporary accommodation and support services for over 21 years. Always in need of good volunteers.
While you're studying at ARU, take the opportunity to join a student society or start your own. Become a course rep and share your knowledge, or join a student council and get your voice heard. Whichever way, you’ll be developing fantastic life skills.
Clearing is an opportunity to reconsider your options, and join a university where you can study something you really want to learn about.
You can apply for uni through Clearing if