As massive supporters of us already, I wanted to share with you our latest project! Following our recent successful Crowdfunder campaign, we have received fantastic support from Crowdfunder themselves, British Airways and another currently secret partner, who have backed us to launch our next and biggest campaign to date. For every donation received to our new project, British Airways and the other soon to be announced partner will match it, up to the total of £10,000! We also have another totally amazing supporter and match funder coming on board shortly…. to be announced!
So, every donation will be tripled! What is our next mission…
We are raising money to set up our next Life at No.27 therapy allotments and garden, within the grounds of Brynawel House Rehabilitation Centre in South Wales. Where we will offer free and low-cost gardening therapy and mental health support sessions for adults and their families. Plus the wider community, via GP referral.
Brynawel House is the leading rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol dependencies in Wales. Brynawel is also the only rehab in Wales specialised to support those with alcohol related brain disease (ARBD).
We have detailed exactly how funding will be spent and why on our new fundraising page, added new testimonials, and shared images of the new location which is ready to be transformed. You can also see the new plot of land below and our design concept!
Once we hit our £10k target, our campaign will expand to work towards our long-term mission to become a UK wide mental health organisation and leading horticultural therapy provider. Using our unique partnership of horticultural therapy and psychotherapy at bespoke therapy gardens across the UK to help change lives.
Check out our Crowdfunding page or donate straight away here…
We would be incredibly grateful if you may consider donating to our new page and/or sharing this page with your friends, family, colleagues. Basically anyone who may be interested in helping more people access vital mental health services and outdoor based practical therapies. The more we raise, the more sites we can open across the UK and the more people we can help.