Student Volunteering Cardiff (SVC) is a registered UK charity run by students at Cardiff University in Wales, UK. It is the largest university student volunteering charity in the UK with approximately some 900 volunteers. Students volunteer in and around the city of Cardiff working with the elderly, young, disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the community. The mission of SVC is to enhance the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the local community2.
The charity is situated in the university Students' Union. There are permanent staff together with the 10 students of Cardiff University that act as trustees and oversee the charity's work and development.
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