The Pelican Project: Where Disability Belongs

by The Pelican Project Exeter in Exeter, England, United Kingdom

The Pelican Project: Where Disability Belongs
We did it
On 2nd August 2019 we successfully raised £3,185 with 45 supporters in 42 days

We want to provide creative opportunities for learning disabled adults and show our community the value that they have!

by The Pelican Project Exeter in Exeter, England, United Kingdom

Extra funding
DCC's Community Chest logo

DCC's Community Chest has provided £500 of funding

Funding available for constituted not-for-private-profit voluntary/community organisations, town/parish councils, charities/businesses serving Devon.

Crowdfund Exeter logo

Crowdfund Exeter has provided £500 of funding

Funding for local groups, organisations and charities committed to enabling individuals and communities to do more for themselves and each other.

The Crowd

exetercitycouncil pledged £500

6th August 2019 13:28

exetercitycouncil has also backed 4 other projects

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Anonymous pledged £50

2nd August 2019 22:11

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Anonymous pledged £500

1st August 2019 07:28

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Anonymous pledged £10

31st July 2019 23:32

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Jane pledged £10

31st July 2019 21:57

Jane has also backed 3 other projects

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Kathy Norris pledged £20

29th July 2019 18:49

Kathy Norris has also backed 1 other project

claire.horrocks.1 pledged £5

29th July 2019 14:30

claire.horrocks.1 has also backed 2 other projects

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Ellie pledged £50

27th July 2019 21:45

John Ho pledged £10

26th July 2019 14:32

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Anonymous pledged £20

24th July 2019 21:52

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Anonymous pledged £20

22nd July 2019 23:37

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Christopher Longstaff pledged £110

22nd July 2019 10:14

Christopher Longstaff has also backed 2 other projects

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Anonymous pledged £100

21st July 2019 09:50

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

6 of 100 claimed

Pelican Project Tote Bag

Any pledges upwards of £20 will receive tote bag designed and hand printed by our core members


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