Kid's Healthy Food for Life and Fun
Our Project will provide healthy food means a wide variety of fresh foods from the main food groups – fruit, vegetables, lean meats, fish, poultry and dairy for the children in poverty in South London Area with enjoy the activities in Summer where everyone else are in holiday.
August 2017 - September 2017
Charity information: Lighthouse Educational Society
Project will tackle problems such as Economic and material deprivation, Family relationships, Social deprivation, School Issues, Parental Guidance and
Children's demand from parents are clear that this project will overcome with food supply and summer activities.Family relationships:Since poverty is closely linked to the circumstances of the whole family, it is not possible to discuss child poverty, without discussing family and household poverty and relationship.
Parental Guidance and Community Support: Some factors beyond the child and their family are associated with child poverty.Involvement of community will contribute solution of issues
Providing Healthy food for those in need and poverty.
Activities» After the sport activity our project will provide with nutrient food and show them how it is prepared
» As a group to pick or buy their own healthy fruits and vegetables and teach them or show them how to prepare good food.
Attendance of the children and feedback from children to assess how well this project has been and their parents regarding the outcome.
Stay Active Stay healthy
Activities» Sport Activity with children in the park with different exercises
» Teaching session of information about healthy food
Sport Activities report and teaching outcome of the healthy food reports from trainers
This project will have impact on families and children who are in poverty. Most parents not able to organise any event or activity with their children over the summer time. Rate of the poverty has risen considerable in the last 30 years so it will have impact on this to minimise with the programs applied.
Teaching children and parents about economic healthy feeding and impact on long term with limited resources.
Outreach to the children and families who are in poverty. It will be big ask to accept all applicants and children. Capacity will be limited when comparing to the available fund.
To resolve that we will contact to local authority and local schools to suggest and inform with our project to reach the direct targeted families and children. We will maximise our staff and capacity to use in this project and even train them a head if necessary to be able to provide better service.
Before the project starts, once accepted, donors will be informed of the plan and the project aims introduced. During the project, we will request donors to pay a visit and meet with the children and staff to be more encouraging. After the project we will produce report of how effective project was
Budget - Project Cost: £36,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £7,500 Staff and Training Staff that will work and their training £3,500 Place and Venue Hire Building and venue hire £4,000 Product and Food Product and material Cost £2,400 Transportation Transportation of children to and from the activity places £7,000 Activity Cost To run the the activity and material cost £5,600 Chef Hire Chef hire with Kitchen products £2,400 Kitchen Products Storages, fridges and hire £3,600 Organizational Cost Advertising and managing the database with marketing
South London area covering, Croydon, Tooting, Peckham and Lambeth which had high number of poverty rates
Children who live in poverty, Families and local community by supporting them with this project.
Local community will be aware of the how important to support the children and families who are in need.
Experienced in children in need and supporting the families. Consulting and advising them we have great staff and knowledge with community engagements
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Marketing and Outreaching
When you see a person who has been given more than you in money and beauty, look to those who have been given less.