The aim of Students Against Loneliness is to reduce loneliness and isolation amongst the student community at King's. Research into loneliness has always tended to focus on the older generations, but increasingly, university students are struggling to find a sense of belonging and to form meaningful relationships with their peers, with around 75% of students reporting feeling lonely on a daily or weekly basis. Students Against Loneliness seeks to connect all members of the King's community through buddy/mentoring schemes, telephone befriending, social events, sharing experiences, and more. We hope that by creating an inclusive and open space and helping to show that you're never alone, we can create a happier and healthier student community at King's. Whether you're a fresher, a postgrad, or in any year of study but just feel like "you never really found your people", struggle with homesickness, or simply want to connect with others, you're more than welcome to join us.