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Volunteering and Fundraising
Giving back to our community is an important part of LSU London’s culture. We aim to present you with a variety of different opportunities to volunteer your time for a worthy cause. From large all day tasks where you go out into the community to small lunch time activities on campus there will always be something that you can get involved in.
If you have any ideas for volunteering activities you would like to run or charities you would like to support please let us know.
Need some ideas? Here are a list of some local charities that we recommend you get in touch with. If you would like more details about how to sign up to fundraise with please email JoelBrocklehurst@lsu.co.uk.
Young Hackney provide youth services for children around Hackeny. IT provides a safe place for children from all backgrounds to go an explore new hobbies, make friends and gain new skills. They provide an advice service for children and youth in need with issues such as housing, abuse, drugs and alcohol and much more. From swimming to African drumming there are a lot of activties to get involved in.
Please visit younghackney.org/ for more information
The Park Champions work to keep the Olympic park looking beautiful and supporting community events. Whether it's helping out at their diverse events programme, helping look after the Park's gardens and landscapes, or supporting their visitors on the mobility service, all Park Champions are a vital part of teh Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park team. Going forward they ienvisage their team growing and developing even mre, building on a strong sense of local ownership and pride.
Please visit queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk/ for more information
Eastside Young Leaders Academy
EYLA exists to nurture and develop the leadership potential, health and well-being of children and young people, especially BAMEs,
empowering them to become the next generation of successful leaders.They work with our partners and parents to motivate and encourage students to go beyond their personal best. EYLA run weekly workshops and seminars utilising our own unique, bespoke leadership curriculum.
Please visit eyla.org.uk/ for more information
Scope are a disability equality charity. They are working hard to achieve a society where all disabled people enjoy fairness and equality everywhere in the community. They provide practical support whenever people ned it most. They do this through their scope helpline, online community, a range of employment services community engagement and more. Their offices are localed in Here East.
Please visit scope.org.uk/ for more information
Crisis works directly with thousands of homeless people every year. They provide vital help so that people can rebuild their lives and are supported out of homelessness for good. They offer one to one support, advice and courses for homeless people in 12 areas across England, Scotland and Wales. How they help someone depends on their individual needs ad situation. It could be finding a home and settling in, getting new skills and finding a job, or help with their health and wellbeing.
Please visit crisis.org.uk/ for more information
We are dedicated to putting on a range of different activities to raise money for charity. We offer different opportunities for you to rise money such as: challenge activities, pub quiz nights, bake sales and many more. We welcome your ideas on how you would like to raise money.
How can I get involved in volunteering and fundraising at Loughborough London?
If you'd like to dedicate some of your free time to helping others, we can help find you the perfect opportunity. Whether you'd like to help out with local community projects or be a part of some of the amazing sporting events which take place at the Olypmic Park venues, send Jordan an email via JordanDawson@lsu.co.uk, or come and see him in the LSU London office (2nd floor).
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Scope are a disability equality charity. They are working to achieve a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness. At home. At school. At work. In our communities. They provide practical advice and emotional support whenever people need it most. They do this through their Scope helpline, online community, a range of employment services, community engagement programmes, and more.