HARLOW SOUP is seeking new submissions for its next fundraising event in February
Harlow’s community-led micro-granting group, Harlow SOUP is open for new project entries that will help to make Harlow a better place for its next event this February.
Four submissions will then be selected by the Harlow SOUP committee to present at the event, which will take place at Pemberley Academy on Thursday 28th February.
Attendees will get the chance to vote for their favourite project and all of the money made on the door will be awarded to the winning project.
The only rule for project submissions is that they must benefit Harlow Town in some way.
Previous Harlow SOUP winners have included: Streets 2 Homes, ASL (Aspire Support Learn), Harlow Rock School and Plant Pots & Wellies who between them received nearly £2000 towards their respective projects.
Entrance to the event is on a “pay what you can” basis and includes delicious soups, breads, salads, cakes, live music and a chance to learn more about new and exciting projects throughout Harlow.
For more information or to submit your idea for consideration for the next Harlow SOUP please visit www.harlowsoup.co.uk
Event details: Thursday 28th February, 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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