Harlow SOUP is hosting its fourth event at Pemberley Academy in Harlow on Thursday 29th November and is seeking submissions from new and exciting Harlow projects.
The community-led Harlow SOUP is seeking new submissions for local projects that are looking for funding and support.
Prospective projects will need to write a short proposal explaining how they would use the funding and what their project is, then submit their idea through the Harlow SOUP website, www.harlowsoup.co.uk.
Four projects will be selected and each will get four minutes to pitch their project idea at the event, and answer four questions from the audience. Attendees will then vote for their favourite project while enjoying live music, meeting other community diners and eating some delicious homemade soup.
The event is “pay what you feel” and all of the money raised from entrance on the door goes directly to the winning project at the end of the night.
Previous winners have included local homelessness charity Streets 2 Homes, Aspire Support Learn (ASL) and Rock School, who received hundreds of pounds each towards their respective projects.
For more information or to submit your idea for consideration for the next Harlow SOUP please visit www.harlowsoup.co.uk
Event details: Thursday 29th November, Pemberley Academy, Harlow, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
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, and marketing.
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