Every Tuesday during term, the LSE Volunteer Centre invites a different charity to campus for Charity Tuesdays. #CharityTuesday started on social media platforms several years ago as a way of generating conversations and sharing thoughts about the third sector. It offers a great chance to find out more about the breadth of the sector and chat to current employees, but also aims to create a positive buzz around the charity sector at LSE.
Each charity will have a stall outside of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre between 12-2pm so you can talk to their representatives about their work and volunteering opportunities. There’s no need to sign up before the event; you can just stop by. Check out what charities are coming below and follow the links to CareerHub for more information on them.
- 10 October: Population Matters
- 17 October: Future Frontiers
- 24 October: ReachOut
- 7 November: Child.org
- 14 November: Cancelled – DKMS Foundation
- 21 November: IntoUniversity
- 5 December: FoodCycle
Volunteering at LSE
To learn more about volunteering at LSE visit the Volunteer Centre website, and to find local and overseas opportunities, check out CareerHub. Alternatively, search for one-off volunteering opportunities if you’d like to come along with a team of LSE student volunteers and the Volunteer Centre team for a day. If you’d like to volunteer but you’re not sure what to do, then book a one-to-one appointment with our Volunteer Centre Manager to talk things over. Hope to see you soon!