Organisation: The Wiggly Worm Ltd.
Project name: Community Kitchen -
Priority Type: Older but not overlooked,Young people becoming adults,Safe days and nights for all
Total Investment: £10,000.00
Over: 1 Year
About the project:
This is a partnership project between The Wiggly Worm and Kingfisher Treasure Seekers. Together we will establish a thriving, accessible community kitchen. Our principle aim is to provide a supportive, practical and life-enhancing environment where adults with mental health challenges can cook and share meals. This community kitchen will help develop skills, encourage integration, promote independence, enhance community cohesiveness, and bring people together. This will be underpinned by an asset-based approach to build upon individual’s hidden strengths, resulting in increased confidence, self-esteem, and aspirations. We expect in excess of 500 individuals will attend during the lifetime of the project with at least 30 people using the space each week.
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