RAG are holding information meetings about their Uganda Gorilla Trek
RAG the fundraising arm of the Students’ Union is offering students from the University of Manchester the chance to go to Uganda for charity.
The group are once again offering students the opportunity to take part in the Uganda Gorilla Trek.
RAG told The Mancunion that the trip allows a “team of students to experience the wildlife, culture and landscape of the award winning tourist country Uganda, whilst making a huge difference to local communities by building a playground and teaching children to use their creativity in education, employment and life.
“They see the last remaining wild silverback gorillas in the world, whilst having an awesome time, which will impact on themselves and the country they visit.”
There is an information meeting on Thursday 20th of October at 17.30, in the Council Chambers of the Students’ Union, with the charity and the RAG team will be giving a short presentation about the trek and answering any questions.
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