Project information

SMart Fundraising Art Walk - 29th of June 2014

To secure funding for permanent premises. In order to do it, we organize a healthy and enjoyable six miles art walk, covering our partner institutions. Starting at The Tate Britain and reaching our final destination at the Wallace Collection, we will be be fulfilling tasks in each of the gallery.

June 2014 - June 2014

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  • Need

    Need

    SMart has been homeless for a quite a while. In the next few weeks we need to secure regular funding to cover the basic running costs of the projects. It is a vibrant and exciting idea that has much to offer.

    We are seeking donations from SMart Friends and our objective is to raise a total of £15,000, which we hope this walk will help to fund.

    Solution

    The money raised will allow SMart to have a permanent premises again and further develop our projects for socially marginalised groups.

    The premises will be a gallery and workshop, exhibiting and selling the work of our member artists as well as providing regular creative activities for the homeless and socially marginalised.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To secure funding for premises.

    Activities

    » We organize a fundraising walk on the 29th of June, a healthy and enjoyable six miles art walk. https://goo.gl/maps/IUz5

    Securing the funding for premises or part of it.


  • Impact

    Impact

    It will allow us to continue our mission and help more people in need by providing regular creative activities for the homeless and socially marginalised.

    Risk

    Not enough money raised.

    Reporting

    By sending them an email about the progress of the project.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £15,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £15,000 Art space Cost of running the premises for a year
  • Background

    Location

    Westminster / Camden area

    Beneficiaries

    Socially excluded groups, including homeless, mentally ill and youth.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    SMart has a long history of helping socially marginalised groups in partnership with such prominent institutions like Courtault Institute, British Museum and Wallace Collection, to mention as few. Since SMart’s 10th anniversary celebration in 2010, our charity has move on considerably and despite our lack of regular funding, we have managed to re-launch our prestigious and professional quarterly publication, SMart Magazine. SMart Magazine showcases the creativity of socially marginalised.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Jaime Bautista

    Founder - director

    Peter Regis

    Media Director - volunteer

    Izabela Kawecka

    Editor & research - volunteer

    Stefania Ruggieri

    Volunteer - marketing