Since 2002 the society has been working to nurture and develop the next generation of entrepreneurs by encouraging a culture of innovation, inspiration and collaboration.
We pride ourselves on having one of the most ambitious, motivated and creative groups of people as our members. You might not have thought about what you want to do after graduation but that doesn't matter. If you're simply looking for something fun to fill your Thursday evenings or you want to start a business next week, Fish on Toast is for you. We're about getting inspired by each other's enthusiasm and that of our incredible visiting speakers, running our own businesses, and entering sweet competitions whilst stuffing ourselves on free pizza! We are, quite literally, the most inspiring club that you can join at uni.
Together we can learn the secrets for business success meet some awesome people and hopefully change the world!.
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We are a student society which supports UNICEF UK (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund).Our aim is to raise awareness and funds to help the millions of children in danger across the world. Who on a daily basis face violence, disease, hunger and the chaos of war and disaster.We raise funds for the organisation by means of various student-based events, such as bake sales, treasure hunts, christmas card sales and fast24. We may also collaborate with other societies to hold events and raise awareness of UNICEF within the campus.UNICEF UK is one of 36 UNICEF National Committees based in industrialised countries. UNICEF National Committees raise funds for UNICEFs worldwide emergency and development work. In 2016 UNICEF UK raised 102.8 million for their work with children worldwide.UNICEF On Campus is a UNICEF initiative designed to help university students get more involved in the work of UNICEF. Students have great potential to raise both funds and awareness for UNICEF, with their support.UNICEF On Campus University of Southampton society works in aid of UNICEF UK and not in association with UNICEF UK.