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£682raised of £700 target by 45 supporters

    Weʼve raised £682 to RUN FOR COMPASS COLLECTIVE

    Weston-Super Mare
    Funded on Sunday, 14th July 2019

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    WE ARE RUNNING A SUPER HALF MARATHON.

    FOR

    COMPASS COLLECTIVE!

    A charity project set up by our fabulous friends, Leah & Mhairi, who have been doing some amazing work. The money raised will help fund Compass Collective’s current project at the globe for Refuge Week. helping them reach their £1400 target!

    It would be awesome if you donated any of your spare pennies to this cause...perhaps a perfect opportunity to neaten your bank balance to a round number? e.g £72.80 to £70.00! Here's some info on the project!

    Compass Collective aims to bring the beneficiaries of RnB (unaccompanied minors - as part of the British Red Cross’ Young Refugee Service) together in one of London’s most famous theatres: The Shakespeare’s Globe. We aim to celebrate their stories and skills, which will be explored through a series of workshops and a rehearsal period, culminating in devised performance, presented in the Sam Wannamaker Playhouse. It will be one of the main features of the Globe’s programme during Refugee Week - a national event raising awareness and celebrating the contribution of refugees and asylum seekers.

    We are working with participants of RnB, a project that offers weekly sessions for unaccompanied minors between the ages of 14-21 to learn new skills, get legal support and share a meal together. The RnB project operates in five boroughs of London: Islington, Camden, Hammersmith, Lewisham and Croydon.

    We aim to give them an enriching experience that will both challenge them and give them the opportunity to shine; to work within a professional environment where they will be taken seriously as well as develop new skills - going through the process from rehearsal to tech to stage - engaging with back stage crew, a musical director, costumes and props.

    We believe silenced voices should be heard; that telling these stories will bring a deeper understanding to the refugee experience- not only the journeys they have undertaken, but the difficult realities they face once they have arrived here in the UK.

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      45

      • Tom Verrept

        Tom Verrept

        Mar 27, 2019

        Late to the party but still proud of my homies!

        £10.00

      • Henry

        Henry

        Mar 27, 2019

        Sorry that im several days behind the big event but it takes a while for news to trickle down to kernow. So proud of you two, what an achievement! Look forward to seeing you both xx

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Mar 25, 2019

      • Daniel Finn

        Daniel Finn

        Mar 25, 2019

        Well done guys you aced it

        £10.00

      • jasmine corbett

        jasmine corbett

        Mar 25, 2019

        Congrats guys! Big hugs :)

        £5.00

      • Ella Waldman

        Ella Waldman

        Mar 24, 2019

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Mar 24, 2019

        Well done!

        £20.00

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      Weston-Super Mare

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