Charity launches emoji jukebox

Scottish charity See Me Scotland has launched the world’s first emoji jukebox, aiming to help young people open up about their mental heath.

When Christmas presents give back

If you’ve been living under a rock the last couple of days, you might have missed the drama with YouTube star Zoella and her disastrous advent calendar. Asking people to spend £50 for a calendar that contains glitter and confetti is a little bit steep. If Zoella’s calendar has you in a rage, why not […]

Reasons to volunteer

Many organisations and charities depend on volunteers to help with the day-to-day running of their operations, as recent economic problems mean they simply can’t afford to pay as many staff members – and more and more people are relying on their services. Here are a few reasons why I think you should consider giving up […]

Coppafeel! Greg James signs up as the face of the Uni Boob Team

Greg James wants you to cop a feel in the new academic year – but only when it comes to your own bits, please. The radio DJ, presenter, writer, actor and all-round nice guy is encouraging the nation’s students to check their boobs for signs of cancer as part of breast cancer charity Copafeel!’s Uni Boob […]

Nepal – how can I help?

When natural disasters strike, we’re often left feeling a bit overwhelmed by the scale of the destruction and the number of people affected. Turning on the news, we quickly realise how much need there is for the basics – water, food, blankets and medicine. Where do we start to help the many hundreds of homeless, […]