Our Charities


The Rag Partner Charities have been shortlisted, and voting is now open for ALL Bristol University students!

Go to the SU website to vote for your favourite, you can either position all the charities 1-13, or just choose your favourite - it’s that easy!

Votes will close on October 20th - so get your voice heard and vote now!

Voting for Bristol RAG's Partner Charities for the 2021/22 academic year is now open for ALL university students!

You can vote via the poll below or by going to the SU website and selecting your three favourite charities - it's thats easy!

Voting will close on October 20th - so get your voice heard and vote now!

If you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch! You can contact us directly via secretary@bristolrag.co.uk and president@bristolrag.co.uk.

Our Partner Charities for 2019-2020

CoppaFeel! is a breast cancer awareness charity who exist to educate and remind every young person in the UK that checking their boobs or pecs isn’t only fun, it could save their life.

Bristol Nightline is a student listening and information. We are run entirely by students from the University of Bristol, for students at the University of Bristol. We are confidential, impartial, and non-advisory. We won't lecture, we'll listen.

Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity. We support students and university staff to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to look after their own mental health, support those around them, and create change.

Our Previous Partner Charities

CATS Campaign

CATS stands for Cancer Awareness in Teenagers and young people Society. The CATS campaign are all about making sure young people know the common signs and symptoms of cancer. They encourage people to be familiar with their bodies, and to keep an eye out for any signs that could indicate something is wrong, and encourage anyone who notices these signs to go and see their GP and share their concerns.

Womankind Bristol

Womankind is an established charity that is run by women for women.

They help hundreds of women every year to improve their mental health and well-being. Womankind help women avoid suffering in silence by encouraging them to talk to someone about their problems and how they feel. They work with them to understand their situation and can help them think things through so they can get the support they need.

"We can help you to find your own voice, to express yourself and think about what’s happened."

Bristol Nightline

Bristol Nightline offers a confidential, impartial and non-advisory listening and information service. They don’t lecture or judge callers, their job is to listen and help them reach their own conclusions.

Whether you want to talk about something that’s upsetting you or one of your friends, or want some information of any kind, Nightline is there to listen. No problem is too big or too small.