CROWDFUNDER & SANTANDER SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE
Lives Worth Living
Lives Worth Living is a collection of true stories written by fifteen mums, which tell of the joys, and the challenges, of caring for children with life-limited conditions. Readers will share the happiness and tears, the struggle and the laughter, and will wonder at the amazing resilience of these families. This book is a celebration of extraordinary short lives that left lasting legacies.
Go Wild Nature Kits
Go Wild Nature Kits are boxes stuffed with fun games, ideas and tools to help children and their families explore nature and the great outdoors. These kits will be stuffed with games, ideas, tools and other exciting things to help children and their families, parents and grandparents, to explore nature.
Penwith Radio FM Launch Campaign – Penzance, West Cornwall
The building and commissioning of transmission masts to enable Penwith Radio to broadcast across the FM airwaves. The masts will enable them to provide a truly local community radio service to West Cornwall, reflecting the personality and unique character of this area and offer a platform and voice for the many community organisations.
CORNWALL – REDRUTH
The Crooked Thicket Creation Space – Redruth, Cornwall
The Crooked Thicket is the regeneration of a beautifully wild and underused space. We have a dream to transform this rural space into a fully functional creation space for outdoor artists, therapists and educators to develop their practice, whilst offering a service to those in need.
CORNWALL – BODMIN
The Warehouse Arts Centre CIC – Bodmin, Cornwall
The aim of the project is to create a community muti functional Art space for Bodmin. To provide a pop up gallery, creative art studio space where local rural artists can exhibit their work, provide workshops and art classes for the local community and support art education.
CORNWALL – REDRUTH
Why Don’t You Club – Redruth, Cornwall
The “Why Don’t You…?” Club is our club for families living in and around Redruth. We come together every week to cook something new and try our hand at different activities. The club is run by staff from Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change (CN4C) and volunteers, and many of the families attending have a range of complex and multiple issues. We have a really exciting summer of activities planned, but need to raise £1,500 in order to cover the cost of the food, materials for activities, workshops and transport.