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    Weʼve raised £0 to to help fund gardening therapy.and vegetable box delivery scheme for people in the community with specialised needs

    Closed on Monday, 13th August 2018

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    I have a passion for helping people who struggle in the " mainstream" world ..Their problems can range from.social , employment or just a feeling of isolation
    It has been proven that gardening is one of the best "therapies " avaliable and also has the benefit of being outside and getting in touch with nature
    I have had personal experience in my family with spectrum disorders so this is a passion for me
    I would love to create a project where vegetables and flowers are grown , all naturally, chemical free and then a home delivery scheme established where the plants etc are delivered to peoples homes .
    This would give so many " challenged" people the feeling of purpose and belonging which is sadly lacking in so many of their lives
    I need your help to create this dream.and bring a purpose and a sense of fulfilment to these peoples lives ..Can you help ??

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      Page last updated on: 4/15/2018 7:58 AM

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        Margaret Faulkner

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