Openstorytellers workshop with The Devils Violin

by Openstorytellers in Frome

We did it
On 31st March 2015 we successfully raised £360 with 20 supporters in 56 days

Help fund a storytelling workshop to enrich the lives of people with learning and communication difficulties in the south west.

by Openstorytellers in Frome

We've hit our target!

We're so excited to announce that we've now reached our target of £350! Our storytelling masterclass with The Devil's Violin is now covered and we'll be heading out to meet them on the 23rd for a professional workshop.

We'd like to say a huge, huge thank you to all our supporters, both those who have pledged and those who have helped to spread the word - without you, we wouldn't have been able to reach our target. We've been so grateful for the support we've received and are looking forward to writing all the thank you letters and sending out your gifts. Thank you so much for your generosity and willingness to support our project. 

Although we may have reached our target, we have taken the opportunity to extend our goal to £600. This extra money will be going towards future events and workshops, and to raise this amount would be phenomenal. We would be so grateful if you could continue to pledge and to tell your friends and family about our Crowdfunder. 


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