As LSE students you have a lot of skills to offer to charities. So why not become a trustee for one of these three interesting charities? It’s a great way to put your skills in practice and it will also help you build new ones. You’ll also get a chance to expand your network and learn about strategy. So if you find them interesting, why not apply?
Different charities, different causes
- SafeLives is a national charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for good. They combine insight from services, survivors and statistics to support people to become safe, well and rebuild their lives. If you want to help them reach this mission, why not become a Trustee for SaveLives?
- Brook has been at the forefront of providing wellbeing and sexual health support for young people for over 50 years. They’re now looking for 2 young trustees (16-25) to ensure that young people’s voices are heard and listened to at the highest level.
- Elders Voice is a small charity in the heart of Kensal Green. They provide practical and social opportunities to people ranging in age from 50 years upwards, and their services are as varied as the people who use them. Become a Treasurer Trustee for them if you’d like to put your finance skills to (good!) use.
If you want to know more about what it’s like to be a trustee you can always book a one-to-one with the Volunteer Centre, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer a different type of volunteering role you can also search LSE CareerHub for other opportunities.