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Southampton RAG Announce Core Charities for 2020-21

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RAG have announced their core charities for 2020-21 are A21, Teenage Cancer Trust and Robbie’s Rehab. The charities were selected via a student vote on the shortlisted charities.

Every year RAG has three core charities which receive fundraising from their core events, such as Jailbreak and Big Give week.

A21 (RAG’s International Charity 2020-21) – A21’s mission is to abolish slavery everywhere, forever. They operate in 17 different countries across the globe. “Freedom. That’s our goal for every human being on the planet.” Find out more on their website: A21.

Teenage Cancer Trust (RAG’s National Charity Read the rest

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Surge Radio nominated for two Student Radio Awards

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The Students’ Union’s very own Surge Radio have been nominated for two Student Radio Awards (SRAs) 2015.

Our student-run radio station have been nominated for Best Live Event or Outside Broadcast for their coverage of the 48 Hour Marathon and for Best Newcomer, where Toby Leveson has been nominated for his contribution to the station from 2014-15.

The 48 Hour Marathon was broadcast back in March where Surge raised over £1000 for RAG and the Teenage Cancer Trust whilst broadcasting for 48 hours straight.

Surge Radio’s Station Manager, Dan Linstead says, “Being recognised by the Student Radio Association is a … Read the rest

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Students and staff raise record amount for charity

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Students and staff at the University of Southampton Students’ Union (SUSU) raised a total of £108,509.52 last year through the Union’s student-led fundraising group RAG (Raise and Give.


The 2013-14 total is a considerable increase from 2012-13 when £91,527.19 was raised.


The total sum was collected by 47 different groups, individual students and staff, and will be donated to 73 charities.


The grand total includes an amazing £29,549.86 raised by 16 adventurers who will be exploring the Inca Trail in Peru or doing a Gorilla Trek in Uganda this summer. This amount is split between Breast Cancer … Read the rest

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