HARLOW SOUP has announced the four projects that will pitch at the next Harlow SOUP event at Pemberley Academy on Thursday 24th May.
All four projects will get four minutes to present their idea to the event audience, explaining how they will spend the money made from the night and how it will benefit the town.
The projects all offer exciting opportunities for Harlow and the wider community.
The four projects to feature at the next event will be:
– Coaching, Match day kit, Footballs and Training equipment for NorthBrooks FC.
– Dementia Garden at Princess Alexandra Hospital.
– Automated External Defibrillator for Little Acorns pre-school.
– Equipment for new premises to be used as a tea room for Aspire Support Learn.
Following the presentations, attendees will then vote for their favourite project and all of the money made on the door will be awarded to the winning project.
The event is the second Harlow SOUP following the first successful evening on 22 February, which saw homelessness charity Streets 2 Homes receive over £300 to fund their toilet refurbishment project from the event.
Entrance to Harlow SOUP is on a “pay what you feel” basis and includes homemade soup, breads, salads and cakes. There will also be live music and a chance to find out more about new and exciting projects taking place in Harlow.
To find out more about the next Harlow SOUP please visit: www.harlowsoup.co.uk
Event details: Thursday 24th May, Pemberley Academy, Harlow, 6.30pm – 9pm
About Harlow SOUP
Harlow SOUP aims to promote community-based development through crowdfunding, creativity, collaboration, democracy, trust and fun. The purpose of Harlow SOUP is to help make community projects happen, share a meal and have a conversation. Harlow SOUP is made up of a group of volunteers who have a desire to make positive change for their local community.
The group is made up of a ‘neighbourhood board’ with a diverse mix of backgrounds and specialisms including mental health, community growing, project management, the arts, education and marketing.
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