Blind Date

Welcome to Blind Date!

This year, Blind Date is on February 14th.


Check out 2015’s blind date success stories:


What is Blind Date?

Blind Date is one of Cambridge RAG’s biggest fundraising events. It made nearly £13,000 last year for our ten chosen charities, and this year we want it to be better than ever! We help to match students from  across the university and ARU, to help people both find love and to make new friends.

To get involved, you can start by buying a form from your college rep for £5. 2016 saw the first year of the gender neutral form, which allows buyers to choose the gender they identify with, as well as their sexual preference, depending on what you’re looking for, PLUS the form has the option of having a classic date, or a non-romantic ‘friend’ date, for those of you who are already attached, or just looking to meet someone new.

Once you (or your friends!) have filled in the form to the best of your abilities, you can hand it back into your rep, and after a little while, you’ll be sent through your dates form. Last year we managed to sell 2,750 forms so you definitely won’t be the only one of your friends getting involved- it’s great fun and a good laugh. Even if you don’t find love, at least you might get a funny story out of it, right?!

The deadline for returning forms to your college rep will be  10th February – don’t be late!

The Bribe System

Are you particularly fussy? Worried about who you might end up with? Don’t leave it to chance! We offer participants the chance to have a say in who they’re paired with, by offering a bribe to their reps. Depending on how specific you are, prices vary, but as a rough guide:

  •  “Hot” – £3
  • “Blonde M1 rower”- £5
  • “Hannah Williamson”- £10

Remember, the reps only get to decide who you end up with if you bribe!

If you’re looking for some inspiration, why not check out our Blind Date Top Trumps?







The Reps

Wondering who you need to get in touch with at your college? Check out the list below!

ARU: Jamie Hahn
Caius: Walinase Chinula, Andy Sagar
Catz: Basha Wells Dion, Jon Mailes
Christ’s: Hannah Taylor Lewis, Chaya Kupperman
Churchill: Lauren Mort, Sarah Slattery, Izzy Howe
Clare: Ella Rechter, Cecily Bain, Imogen Garner
Clare Hall: Still looking for help! Get in touch.
Corpus: Tom Bevan
Darwin: Grant Morgan
Downing: Natalie Fisk, Ella Belfield
Emma: Harry Lloyd, Roberta Huldish
Fitz: Rebecca Marchant, Amy Faulkner
Girton: Bea Lundy, Connie Faith
Homerton: Florence Best, Phoebe Rimmer, Claire Zhong
Hughes Hall: Taylor Harris, Steve Campbell
Jesus: Josie Rendle, Mumdood Passa
John’s: Sam Royale, Ayesha Patwardhan
Kings: Rachel Mumford, Hannah Wilkinson
Lucy Cav: Caitlin Harris, Sarah Perry
Magdalene: Margot Speed
Medwards: Rebecca Wigmore, Simona Sulikova
Newnham: Holly Young, Immy Morris, Becky Illingworth
Pembroke: Errin Riley, Louis Slater, Georgie Holiday, Seren Osman, Jess Griffiths, James Norton-Brown
Peterhouse: Cameron Saunders
Queen’s: Eliza Jones, Daniel Walsh
Robinson: Jess Radley, Thomasina Perera
Selwyn: Charlotte Owens, Ruth Delahunty, Anna Ellis-Rees
Sidney: Will Roberts
St Edmunds: Brendan Mahon
Trinity: Kiah Ashford-Stow, Charlie Blake, Tisal Edirisinghe, Thanhthao Dao, Hesham Mashour
Trinity Hall: Anna Hazelwood, Jade Treneary
Wolfson: Jason Yang

Want to contact us, or find out more?

  • You can find our Facebook event:  coming soon
  • Contact if you have any other questions!