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TutorMe is a student-led volunteering project supported by Enactus UK. Our project aims to provide academic support that connects UCL students with pupils (GCSEs and A-Levels) from London schools and charities on a digital platform.

Everyone is impacted by economics but sadly very few are able to understand it and have their say. We seek to break down economics concepts in simple language, without jargon, to increase the participation of people in the democracy.

Breath-in is a student-led project

ARTSMH is a student-led non-profit that hopes to provide students who are interested in both the arts and mental health an opportunity to explore, experience and learn together.

Welcome to Make a Smile!

We believe that all children deserve a childhood and understand that illness or disability can make this very difficult for some children. 

We are an educational project aimed at students in Year 5-6 of primary school, founded in Shanghai, China in 2018. As of 2021 we have educated a total of 107 students. This year marks the establishment of our first overseas branch in London, UK.

The aims of this programme are to raise awareness about skin cancer amongst children and adolescents and to teach them how to prevent and also detect skin cancer. No prior knowledge is required and certificates will be provided for your CV/portfolio.

The Volunteering Service's Student-Led Volunteering Programme supports students to develop and run their own community volunteering projects focussed on causes that they are passionate about and which have a real impact on the lives of other Londoners.  

Love music?

Come volunteer with us! 

Cultured Minds explores the interrelationship between mental health and culture by increasing beneficiaries’ cross-cultural sensitivity on how mental health is perceived in various countries/regions across the world.

Our 11th International Undergraduate & Foundation Surgery Conference (iNUGSC) is COMPLETELY student-led and is the largest student-led conference in the UK. 

The Creative Arts Project is a volunteering project run in partnership with Catch 22 - The Hive, a free mental health and wellbeing service that supports young people aged 16 to 24 in Camden, with the main aim of breaking the stigma of mental health.