The Student Welfare and Mental Health Fund

The Student Welfare and Mental Health Fund

Pressures on students in Cambridge are greater than ever. The King’s Student Welfare and Mental Health Fund provides a programme of care and activities including specialist advice and therapy not available through central University services, so that our students can access the help they need, when they need it.

The Student Welfare and Mental Health Fund
Donations to this fund allow us to create a programme of care and activities directed at the welfare and mental health of resident students.
From supporting our access and outreach programme to providing financial assistance for the Chapel and Choir, see our range of giving opportunities here.  

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Research examines impact of tourism and climate change on Antarctic biodiversity

College Research Associate Jasmine Lee’s research focuses on the impact of human activity, non-native species, pollution, and climate change on Antarctica. 

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King's student elected as Labour councillor

MPhil student Joseph Vambe has been elected to Southwark Council

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Fiona Godlee to deliver 'Sermon Before the University'

King's Bye-Fellow Fiona Godlee's address will be on the topic of public health and climate change.

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