Winchester Hub is a local branch of the national charity, Student Hubs. Our team of volunteers and staff work in partnership with the University of Winchester to support students to tackle social challenges, learn about issues and connect with each other. Read all about what Winchester Hub achieved in the 2019-20 academic year and how you can get involved!
And the rest!Alongside our established projects,Winchester Hub continues to be involved inlocal activities and events that celebratesvolunteers and supports the community.We ran Project SOUP twice this year,gathering local surplus food fromsupermarkets to make soup to sell,fundraising while educating on food waste.Students worked alongside the wonderfulUniversity of Winchester catering team tocook soup from scratch. We engaged over100 people across our two events. We alsodonated soup to Trinity Homeless Shelter,adding even more community benefit.What's Next?As we enter the new academic year thelandscape in which we operate has neverbeen so challenging or uncertain. However,we aim to face these challenges head on,creating online opportunities for students tocontinue to generate change in their localcommunities, tackling social andenvironmental issues.We were also fortunate enough to workwith Sam Jenkins, the University, andStudents' Union to run the ChampionsAwards for the second year in a row.The event saw Winchester Hub volunteerstake homeStudent Change-Agent Champion,Creative Volunteering Champion,Environmental Volunteering ChampionAwareness Raising Champion.The current situation, though at timesdaunting, has shown the compassion andspeed at which people respond tocommunities in need. We have no doubt thatwe will see another year full of studentleaders who are passionate and innovativein generating a better future.Winchester Hub is a branch of Student Hubs, a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1122328.
AcknowledgementsStrategic PartnersUniversity of Winchester Senior ManagementTeamUniversity of Winchester Student Engagementand Employability DepartmentWinchester Students' UnionAdvisory BoardLiz StuartTom LoweNina LazarskiNaomi IrvingKate AdamsMark BakerSavannah KingLauren Smith-BirchMegan BallSarah Louise CollinsPhil DentBarry HarwoodSpecial thanks toUniversity of Winchester Catering TeamBruce White, Community FirstChloe Davanna, Winchester City CouncilCllr Jamie ScottBespoke BikingCommunity PartnersJonathan Mutton, Weeke Community CentreJo Clements, Harestock Primary SchoolKaty Layley, Fair Oak Junior SchoolSharon Taylor. Stanmore Primary SchoolKim Hawker, Basingstoke LibraryVictoria Duffell, Eastleigh LibraryFlavia Baretto, BrendoncareMonica Gill, Hyde GateLouise Murkin, Sunrise Care HomeAmber Davies, General Johnson CourtAshley Miles, Riverside Leisure CentreMichelle Leverdier, Matilda PlaceFrankie & Nikki, Action HampshireTina Willoughby and our mentors at IBMMichelle Savoy, Winnall Community CentreNeal Allison, OsborneStudent CommitteeAaron LeeAlice JarvisKieran MorrisCharlotte WilliamsLydia FurgesonSam JenkinsRosanna FosterAlexa LugaSummer BramallCarmen McKenna SandinHannah WrightBethany HockingFeyi OgungbayiLucy TaylorSteve HalletWinchester Hub is a branch of Student Hubs, a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1122328.