Origami Volunteering Project
The UCL Origami Volunteering Project aims to provide a positive distraction for children in hospitals, where we teach kids origami pieces. From origami stars to dinosaurs, it is a relaxing and bonding activity for the volunteers and children.We volunteer weekly at University College London Hospital (UCLH) by making tutorial videos (and potentially by going to the hospitals)! Don’t worry if you…

The UCL Origami Volunteering Project is a hospital based project which aims to provide a positive distraction for children and adults.
We teach origami pieces, from very simple pieces to more complex ones. Don’t worry if you haven’t done origami before. No prior experience with origami is needed to join us. We will teach you everything you need to know!

If you are interested, please click ‘register your interest’.

Time commitment

Flexible
What measures have you put in place to ensure volunteers’ safety during COVID-19?
Volunteers will be informed not to attend sessions if they are displaying any covid symptoms.
Volunteers will wear face masks and wash their hands on arrival.
Windows will be opened if possible, so room is well ventilated.
Volunteers will observe most up-to-date UCL guidelines and follow local control measures from partner organisations.

This is an opportunity offered by a Student-Led Volunteering Project. It is run by UCL students and supported and supervised by staff in Students' Union UCL Volunteering Service.