Expressive Paint Events for those with Dementia

by Jonathan Hayter in Truro, England, United Kingdom

Expressive Paint Events for those with Dementia
We did it
On 17th June 2019 we successfully raised £300 with 9 supporters in 28 days

To offer my expressive paint workshop to Memory Cafe`s ,in the UK, that meet regularly & provide activities for those suffering dementia

by Jonathan Hayter in Truro, England, United Kingdom

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Jonathan Hayter 30th June 2019

This is a copy sent to all memory cafe contacts on my mail list to offer 2 memory cafe`s the opportunity to receive one of my workshops .Thanks to supporters help i can offer 2 workshops , that includes travel an more materials for the projects too. Although I didnot raise the full ammount , every little helps and i would like to thank all of you for your support. I will post here the results of the work completed with your funding, and for those who pledged £50.00 or more , if you mail me your land address I will send you your free gift. Jonathan Hayter june 2019 Hello There , Some of you maybe aware that I recently ran a crowdfunder to raise money to offer more workshops to more memory groups across the south west. unfortunately I did not raise the full £3000.00 to complete the project as I would of liked , but i did manage to raise 10% of the total ammount . Therefore I would like to offer , on a first come , first serve basis 2 memory cafe`s the opportunity for me to a run a workshop at the group you manage . This will be FREE at the point of delivery and an opportunity to work with me and eXperience my workshop first hand! If you are interested PLEASE CALL ME ON; 07950588120 I look forwar to your call; Jonathan Hayter www.figureofspeech.org.uk

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