About Us

KCL in Aid of UNICEF allows university students to be involved in community service specially focused onto the younger generation in the UK.


Our society focuses on two areas of
community service –
volunteering and fundraising

Our hope is that you as a volunteer will be able to enjoy volunteering as much as we do, and see the impact you can bring to the children you have the privilege to interact with.



Volunteering for KCL in Aid of UNICEF involves close collaboration with IntoUniversity.

IntoUniversity is an educational charity that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to aspire and achieve. Volunteer on our Mentoring Scheme and help a young person fulfil their potential.

Why should you mentor:

- Receive initial training and ongoing support
- Volunteer just one hour every two weeks
- Work one - to - one with young person between ages 10-17 on academic, social and future skills
- Develop your own skills, including communication and leadership
- Gain experience for your CV
- Make a real difference to a young person’s life

Volunteering Project


Our society’s main source of fundraising are all initiatives and events often held on KCLSU areas or certain sites on different campuses:

All proceeds from tickets go directly to UNICEF UK and monthly accounts are sent to ensure accountability of the funds we have raised.

This year, two new initiatives for fundraising are in the works. One of them is a huge cross- university fundraising effort between KCL in Aid of UNICEF and Dauphine in Aid of UNICEF.

Our society also accepts individual fundraising efforts. For example, if you wish to run a marathon and raise funds for UNICEF UK, we’d be honoured to receive your donations on behalf of UNICEF UK and transfer all funds raised to them.

You can hold a bake sale either in a KCLSU area or in the following spaces on King’s College London property:
  • Location Strand Campus – The Old Entrance Hall or Bush House
  • Location 1 Guy’s Campus – The Memorial Gardens
  • Location 2 Waterloo Campus – The Library Alcove,
    The Ground Floor Registration Desk
Fundraising Projects
  • Art Therapy

    Art therapy is a technique rooted in the idea that creative expression can foster healing and mental well-being.The goal of art therapy is to utilise the creative process to help explore self-expression and, in doing so, find new ways to gain personal insight and develop new coping skills. The creation or appreciation of art is used to help people explore emotions, develop self-awareness, cope with stress, boost self-esteem, and work on social skills. All proceeds from tickets will be allocated to UNICEF UK

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  • Self-Care Packages

    These self-care packages can be found around campus in both Shack and Shed cafeterias. All proceeds from each purchase will be allocated to UNICEF UK.

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Feel free to contact us about bringing your groundbreaking ideas for fundraising to life!

We’d love to help you brainstorm and create more initiatives for future
volunteers to come.