Supporting those living with cancer

“People think they should be happy, they should be on top of the world after beating cancer and going into remission. But the reality isn’t like that, and that’s often the point when people need us the most”, explained Hilary, Volunteer Program Lead at Cavendish Cancer Care. “When they are feeling guilty about the way …

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Light at the end of the tunnel

Nothing can quite prepare you for the physical and emotional changes you'll experience when you become a parent. For some parents the emotional changes can turn into something more serious, and they need support from health care professionals, and organisations such as Light - a charity working to support the emotional wellbeing & mental health of …

4 weeks of student action

Universities have long been hotbeds for social action, challenging injustices, and inspiring community action, and this definitely rings true for The University of Sheffield. With almost 28,000 students at the University, there’s huge potential for inspiring and actioning big changes in the city and further afield. The Students’ Union’s Volunteering team have the two themes …