This year at RAG UCL we are supporting four charities
Find out more about each charity below:
THE HATE CRIME UNIT
THE HATE CRIME UNIT is a London-based student-led project fighting to change how society addresses hate crimes and incidents.
From ensuring local organisations and charities have tools to support victims of hate crimes, to improving the reporting of incidents, The Hate Crime Unit fights discrimination through activism, access to information, and advocacy.
Working on a grassroots level, The Hate Crime Unit puts pressure on the government to implement necessary measures to make communities happier and safer.
Providence Row is a charity that works with homeless and vulnerably housed people in London.
They offer an integrated service of crisis support, advice and recovery programmes.
HOPE FOR CHILDREN
Hope for Children is a charity which bases its work on the belief that all children have the right to a happy and healthy childhood.
It was set up in the UK in 1994 and currently works in seven different countries across the globe.
By improving children's access to basic education and healthcare, whilst supporting their families, the charity enables vulnerable children to experience a more positive upbringing and allows them to develop a more optimistic outlook on their lives.