Victoria Evans highlights the positive activism of ‘Madlug’: a brand fighting to end the stigma many children in care experience
The Indian Society of Manchester will be celebrating everything Indian in their flagship event
Burnham’s campaign to end rough sleeping by 2020 takes yet another hit, following the recent proposal of a £100 fine for rough sleeping
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
Get involved in a fun-filled fashion show this semester, all for charity!
Oliver Storey believes that avoiding giving money directly to homeless people is neither moral nor helpful. He asks us to reconsider common misconceptions of the homeless population
Manchester’s very own Funraising are back, mixing the creative with charity, and above all, prioritising a good time
The campaign will run from the 19th to the 24th November, raising awareness about the importance of the stem cell register
Free holiday to Istanbul, anyone?
Lifeshare have been locked out of their old premises and are searching to find a new location to continue their charitable work
Fuse FM’s period-themed club night raised enough tampons to supply someone for eleven years
Victoria Evans discusses the upcoming Three Peaks Challenge and the charitable foundations behind climbing the UK’s highest mountains
The Tutor Trust is just one of many charities helping disadvantaged pupils achieve their educational dreams
“The difference we’re making, you can see it in the smiles, the laughter, the noise level. It’s the sound of fun. It’s a sound every person, every kid, should be able to have,”
Find out why the University of Manchester Women’s Rugby Club are wearing rainbow-coloured laces, and how you can get some too
What can you expect from the Pantomime Society? Chloe Hatton talks to its co-chairs to find out.