Best Buddies 

Best buddies at King's places students and adults in the London community with intellectual/developmental disabilities to make friendships. We typically hold group events monthly for all our members to come to, but we’re looking into how exactly this will look virtually! As a student, you will be matched with a buddy in the community and can communicate or get together (virtually or social-distanced for now) as you would with any other friend! We’d love to have you join us, please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or for further information! 
Club's Instagram: bestbuddies.kings
Facebook: Best Buddies at King’s University College

King's Volunteers Club 

Club Description: The King's Volunteers club connects students with meaningful volunteer opportunities in their community. We make it easy for students to find volunteer opportunities that align with their interests and passions. Our network of community partners provides a range of volunteer opportunities, from one-time events to ongoing commitments. We offer guidance on how to get involved and provide support throughout the volunteering process. Our club encourages students to explore a variety of areas of interest, from environmental conservation to community service and social justice. Join us to connect with your community, meet like-minded individuals, and make a positive impact in the world!

The Pride Project at King's

Description: We are a social club for queer students on campus! Our goal is to provide a safe space for 2SLGBTQIA+ students on campus while advocating for their well being and promoting allyship on campus. Throughout the year you can expect to see different sorts of socials, panels, and more! We also have created an online community for our group to help foster friendship and connection on a daily basis while keeping connected with the club! 
Club's Instagram: @prideprojectkuc

Developing Communities Everywhere (DCE)

ABOUT US: DCE at Kings is a ratified club under KUCSC and is currently seeking to develop a community of students to discuss global crises and conduct discussions and forums. This is a space for students to feel comfortable and immerse themselves in roundtable discussions and community activities.
MISSION: Our mission is to step away from the traditional learning avenues by seeking to bring awareness of various global crises and international developments. As a part of the student body at King's University College, we would like to demonstrate our elaborative theorization by creating a blueprint to objectively analyze the science of the deeply rooted issues in the City of London and as well the King's Community. With the same mindset and value to help enrich our community. DCE @ Kings is committed to foster any direct action to make our community a better place. 
VISION: Our vision is to provide a space for students to articulate themselves without feeling the pressure of being within a classroom setting. We want to make every student feel valued and comfortable while sharing their opinions. DCE @ King's is not just a club but a small community that emphasizes the need for connection with peers and neutral spaces for discussion. Our goal is to engage in community building on a local and international level through partnering with clubs at King's, Western, Huron, local/international organizations and DCE organization.
Follow them on Instagram: @DCE_atkings 
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King's Entrepreneurship Association 

"Are you passionate about starting your own business? Do you want to learn from successful entrepreneurs and gain practical experience in the field? Then join our entrepreneurship club! We provide opportunities for networking, skill-building, and idea generation. You'll have access to resources and mentors to help you turn your ideas into reality. Plus, being a part of our club will give you a community of like-minded individuals to collaborate with and bounce ideas off of. Don't miss out on this chance to turn your entrepreneurial dreams into a reality - join our club today!"
Instagram: Keaatkings 
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