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Kingston Volunteers’ Week – Our time to say thanks 

3rd June 2020

National Volunteers’ Week is a chance for organisations across the country to recognise the contribution of their volunteers. This Volunteers’ Week Volunteering Kingston are saying Thank You to all the volunteers who have...

Ailsa’s life-changing experience as a KCAH volunteer

1st June 2020

Ailsa lives in Thames Ditton and had worked in the hospitality industry for eighteen years since she left school. Having fallen out of love...

Doing good makes you feel good

20th May 2020

Mental Health Week 2020 is upon us and with everything going on in the world, it is important we take some time to reflect on...

How to include volunteers at home

29th April 2020

Most regular volunteering activities will have stopped during this time as a result of social distancing precautions. Please check in with your volunteers regularly,...

Staying safe when supporting others

20th March 2020

If you are going to volunteer either as part of an organised volunteer response team, with a local or mutual aid group, or running errands...

Coronavirus Information and Advice

16th March 2020

Coronavirus (Covid -19) is making the headlines world over. Here is some information about what we are doing in light of the pandemic. We...

Kickstart your Career by Helping your Community

7th February 2020

  University culture is historically entwined in philanthropy, charity and activism. Students play a focal role in the promotion of social improvement and empowerment;...

Sending Thanks

19th December 2019

To the wonderful people of Kingston, One of the best parts of my role as Volunteer Brokerage Coordinator has been visiting the organisations we...

Princess Alice Hospice

4th December 2019

Princess Alice Hospice is a Kingston based charity that believes that everyone has the right to skilled, compassionate end of life care. Their services are...