Homeward Bound - From Cornwall to Antarctica

by Rachael Bice in Redruth, England, United Kingdom

Homeward Bound - From Cornwall to Antarctica
We did it
On 24th January 2019 we successfully raised £1,260 with 40 supporters in 55 days

Creating a community resource of stories from inspiring women in science, to connect people to Antarctica, Cornwall and all in between.

by Rachael Bice in Redruth, England, United Kingdom

£10 or more

£10 Reward

A original image postcard with personalised message sent from Antarctica to you or a loved one.

£15 or more

£ 15 Reward

A post card from the Antarctic and an invitation to a reception evening to hear the stories and images from the trip.

£15 or more

£15 Reward

Polar Plunge - please donate to encourage me to dip into the Antarctic waters and to support the 'Teach a Girl to Swim' project. In return I'll send you a beautiful photo of the Antarctica landscape (minus lots of women in Ocean Positive bathing suits!)

£25 or more

£25 Reward

Original art work postcard sent to you or a loved one from Antarctica with the further 3 postcards supplied to create a set.

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£50 Reward

The original postcard designs printed together and mounted at A4 size - can be tailored as a Christmas gift if requested.

£100 or more

£100 Reward

Life in Antarctica - a presentation or workshop for your school or community group to share the wonders of the most Southern continent and the experience of the Homeward Bound Programme

£150 or more

£150 Reward

Women in Leadership - a presentation and/or workshop for your company/workplace, drawing on stories from the voyage and materials from the Homeward Bound Programme to inspire actions to increase equality in the work place.

£200 or more

£200 Reward

Listening, Learning and Leading - a work place or after dinner speech, using the digital materials created from the Antarctic experience, the Homeward Bound Programme insights and personal reflections from my leadership journey.

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