What We Do

Bath Minervas is a leadership and volunteering group focused on empowering othersthrough collaboration and service.  As well as tackling issues that particularly affect women such as domestic violence and sexual objectification, our group provides an opportunity for students at the University of Bath to come together as strong leaders and dedicate their time to helping others.

We'll be running meetings to discuss important issues and share stories, all whilst eating pizza or decorating cakes. We hope to create a safe space on campus where people can have a voice and talk about things that matter to them. We're passionate about raising awareness and cutting the stigma about mental health and abuse.

We're open to any ideas that YOU have for socials and fundraising. We are partnered with Bath's independent charity, VOICES. VOICES provides peer support and recovery programmes specifically for women who are experiencing or have experienced Domestic Abuse. 


Reasons to Join Us

As a University of Bath student, joining the Bath Minervas is an excellent opportunity to engage in the local city community while supporting a worthy cause. We want to help open and make public the once taboo discussion of domestic abuse and people at risk, particularly women. You can help support women and provide beneficial resources to the VOICES organisation through your membership. We also enjoy creating a community within our group through meetings, projects, and social events. Finally, there are exciting opportunities for your leadership within our volunteering group. 

To Join: 'Purchase' a FREE membership using the link on the left of the page. Then join our Facebook group so you can keep updated on the events we run throughout the year! The link for the Facebook group is also on the left of the page.

Committee:

Chair: Meg Crossman
Secretary: Emily Johnstone
Treasurer: Merve Aksoy
Publicity Officer: Vanshika Randev
 
Contact Us:
su-minervas@bath.ac.uk for all enquiries.