Somerford Youth Club drama and wellbeing project

by Jae Harris in Christchurch, Dorset, England

Somerford Youth Club drama and wellbeing project
We did it
On 13th April 2017 we successfully raised £9,665 with 51 supporters in 42 days

To improve the emotional wellbeing of young people by providing a project at the youth centre which will improve their lifeskills.

by Jae Harris in Christchurch, Dorset, England

New stretch target

This stretch target will allow us to increase the quality of the project. It will also allow us to bring valuable and much needed resources into the centre for the young people and the community.


We want to provide young people with an opportunity to learn to express themselves in a safe and structured way. Using drama is a fun way to engage young people in developing confidence and self esteem and it also creates an opportunity to learn about many differnt life issues.


By pledging money towards this project you will be supporting and creating an opportunity for our local young people to participate in a drama project which will not only help develop their skills but create a sense of achievement for them. 

Our young people really enjoyed the pantomime they put on for the local community at Christmas and were really excited about how we were able to transform their Youth Club into a theatre with staging and lighting. With your help and support we can make this an ongoing project for them. 

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£5 or more

£5 Reward

A thank you email

£10 or more

£10 Reward

A thank you e-card from the club designed by the young people

£25 or more

£25 Reward

A thank you email and your name placed on our "Thank You BOB (Board of Backers)"

£50 or more

£50 Reward

A thank you email, your name on our "Thank you BOB (Board of Backers)" and an invitation for you and up to 4 guests to be VIP's to attend one of our Youth and Community Centre's monthly Community Breakfasts free of charge.

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