Mind Society exists to gather students from University of Southampton who are passionate about campaigning on behalf of Mind, the mental health charity. All proceeds of our fundraising will go directly to Solent Mind, the branch of Mind which is based in Hampshire. Furthermore, the group will volunteer with Mind's national campaigns, such as the Virgin London Marathon. All fundraisers will exist with the intention of raising as much money as possible, and drawing attention to mental health problems.
MindSoc is a society who aim to raise awareness of mental health problems both around our University campus and beyond, and act as a support group for those who may be struggling. The society hosts weekly tea and talk sessions, where we play games to give us a break from the stresses of University, get to know others who are passionate about mental health awareness, and have the opportunity to talk about how things have been going for you. We host a variety of fundraising events throughout the year (although currently limited due to COVID19), and all the proceeds from our fundraising efforts and campaigns go towards the local charity Solent Mind, the branch of Mind which exists in Hampshire.
For more information, please see our Facebook page below, or contact a committee member.
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Mind Society this year are:
Saskia Bolt Events Secretary
Amy Smallman President
Teegan Harris Promotions Officer
Kylise Palmer Secretary
Emma Buffery Social Secretary
Eesha Unadkat Welfare Officer
These are the current membership fees offered by Mind Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.
We are a student led society that fundraiser for SolentMind, a mental health charity that fundraises for the areas in and around Southampton. We also hold wellness activities for students here at the university as well as run weekly tea and talk and bi-weekly sober socials.
All SUSU clubs & societies must have a Constitution which governs how they run