Becky Mundill volunteered at FareShare and shares her experience volunteering for the food distribution charity
Campaign Supernova returns to Manchester for a day of inspiring volunteering opportunities, music, spoken word, and good food
Bella Jewell meets with Joshua Coombes to discuss the first stop of the Light & Noise exhibition, an event which pairs with TOMS and Centrepoint Manchester to shine a light and make some noise about homelessness
Ellie Martin finds out how you can get involved with our favourite dog walking society
Liv Clarke interviews Rachel Thomson and Florence Wilks Costalas, who along with a team of students are hiking to Everest Base Camp in aid of Action Against Hunger
Ellie Martin talks you through some of the volunteering opportunities available for students in Manchester
An interview with Gaby Hartfield, the homeless coordinator at the Student Action Group, who reveals how students are putting their cooking skills to good use
Love for the Streets threw their biggest party yet, all in the name of helping Manchester’s homeless
There is a growing pressure on students to make their Summer break from school and University productive rather than the opportunity for relaxation and freedom it should be, writes Cachella Smith
Mancunion contributor, Kate MacLachlan, speaks to Run Wild member, Wilbur Chen, who recently won the Young Volunteer Award North West for his work with the society
Students arriving in Manchester can feel overwhelmed by volunteering culture on campus: This guide breaks down all the different opportunities available and helps you to get involved
Liv Clarke interviews Every Month founder Rosy Candlin, a campaign set up in Manchester which helps tackle period poverty by making period packs, discussing why its important to openly talk about this issue and how you can get involved by donating products.
The Ghanaian Society have got big things planned for the upcoming year
Victoria Evans speaks to Gaby Hartfield about ‘Once a Month’, a Student Action project fighting period poverty in a compassionate and practical way.
Eva Gerretsen visits Growing Together, a volunteer run allotment providing stability to refugees and asylum seekers. She explores the benefits of home-growing for both the environment and personal health.
Explore Milk and Honey, a volunteer led cosy café just next to the University, with plenty of events and projects happening over the next few months.
Ellie Martin speaks to Manchester Outreach Medics about the work they do with aspiring medicine students