President: Kai Rough

We are a student-lead university society focused on putting good karma back into the world. Our society is found upon three mission goals:

1) Provide a wide range of exciting, meaningful and easy-to-access volunteering opportunities to all students at RGU.
2) Host regular meet ups/social gatherings without heavy emphasis on drinking.
3) Broaden the minds and perspectives of students at RGU through guest speakers/seminars and media platforms such as TED.

We are a very dynamic society with ambitious and widespread goals, however we aim to follow one simple philosophy, that is to 'do good' and 'feel good' about it. If you would like to find out more about us, feel free to drop us an email or hit us up on social media. If you are interested in joining our cause, drop by RGU:Union and ask for an application form.

Thanks! We hope to welcome you soon at our next gathering!

Cost of membership: £5
Meet ups: FGS Weekly, Wednesdays 1pm onwards The Terrace, Union Way (beside Union office/underneath RGU:Sport)


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