Congratulations to all of the amazing clubs, societies, projects and volunteers who have been recognised in this year's Community Awards!

The 2024 winners

Commitment to Coproduced Research Award

Maksida Sabackic

In recognition of her research with Positive East, a HIV charity working to increase the uptake of HIV prevention measures by women of black African descent. 

Volunteering Organisation of the Year

London Nightline

A unique service ran by students, for students, that continues to support our volunteers and community as a whole.

Student Led Project of the Year

Zero Food Waste

Zero Food Waste has been helping redistribute unsold food for more than six years, and this year worked with UCL East to distribute goods to charities in East London.

Network Member of the Year

Danilo Paganelli

For his outstanding work organising multiple events, his ongoing dedication to so many societies, working tirelessly to tackle loneliness and being open and encouraging to all.

Volunteering Club of the Year

Hockey Club (RUMS Men's)

Through campaigning, concerts, and pub quizzes, the RUM’s Men’s Hockey Club has raised thousands of pounds for local community initiatives.

Volunteering Society of the Year

Student Action Against Homelessness Society

This year they significantly expanded their outreach work, partnering with other orgs and experts to support London’s most vulnerable.

Oliver Hare Altruism Award

Claudia Low

Claudia has volunteered extensively with people of all ages through teaching, tutoring and coaching – they have volunteered at homelessness shelters, led our Zero Food Waste project and been this year’s President of Student Action Against Homelessness Society.

The Oliver Hare Altruism Award is named after UCL Graduate Olly Hare, who was passionate about music, dancing, sports, and giving back. Olly's Future is a foundation set up in his name that is working to help deliver suicide prevention initiatives, particularly for young people.

Network of the Year

Women's Network

In recognition of their cross-Society collaborations and expansion of their Project Period campaign.

Volunteer of the Year

Jasmine Pearl, Rachel Chen and Milly Mak

We couldn’t choose just one winner! From fundraising to community engagement, they are fantastic examples of volunteers who have gone above and beyond.

Student Officer of the Year

Volunteering Officer - Jingyi and Yalin

We couldn’t choose just one winner! From delivering festival-themed social events to being passionate advocates for students, they embody the incredible work our Student Officers do.