Accessing and Supporting

You can support this project in a variety of ways:

SITE VOLUNTEERS
We are looking for volunteers for each site day. Skills & experience in horticulture and/or social care are desirable but not essential. A passion for working with people, developing a community, supporting people and local sustainability is!

PROJECT VOLUNTEERS
We are looking for people with skills, experience and contacts in specific areas who would be interested in helping with the growth and development of this project, getting us registered as a charity and supporting the continued running of the charity.

We still welcome interest in trustee posts for the charity.

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We are also looking for people who can either offer a committed volunteer position or for those with specific skillsets who would be interested in offering their expertise for certain projects within the charity. The areas include finance, fundraising, marketing, social care, horticulture, produce sales and sustainability.

FINANCIAL DONATIONS
We will be setting up a link for financial donations shortly. If you wish to donate please contact us!

EQUIPMENT DONATIONS
We are always looking for a variety of tools, equipment and supplies to help us run the site. Below is a list – it is not exhaustive and if you think you've got something we could benefit from please get in touch!

  • butterfly1• Gardening tools
  • • Petrol Lawnmowers, strimmers, rotavators etc
  • • Gardening gloves, Outdoor clothes & Wellies
  • • Building tools & materials (tiles, bricks, cement....)
  • • Wood (building & burning)
  • • Woodchip & coppice wood
  • • Sheds
  • • Garden benches, arches, arbours......
  • • Plants – we are developing some garden areas to the site so climbers, willow, trees.....
  • • Mugs
  • • Picnic plates & bowls (plastic or enamel)
  • • Cooking bits - large pans & woks (use on campfire), chopping boards, sharp knives large serving bowls (plastic or enamel)

The following link shows a great article in the Worthing Herald helping promote the project
Worthing Herald - Charity garden will improve well being