Project information

We are one

To bring young girls together in the UK to create a movement whereby we help one another and the wider world by sharing knowledge, skills and volunteering our time to give back and help people in need.

One year

Charity information: The Sparkle Foundation

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  • Need


    Following the Brexit and the current situation around the world, the younger generation are feeling very detached from one another. We are all one. We are humans. I know from my experience there are people out there who do want to help each other. We need to bring them together around a common goal and we can share our skills and time and help ourselves and others.


    It aims to create a movement whereby women no matter your background, ethnicity, race, income feel equal. I am speaking at Schools at the moment about my story and the number of girls who want to be involved is amazing, they just don't know how to be. We are so lucky to have such a diverse range of people in the UK, why not bring us all together and make a difference to others and the wider world.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    A new generation of giving: Inspiring young women to make a difference.


    » Create an online forum encouraging girls to join / schools / social media campaign to reach out to people.
    » Hold an event to bring skilled girls together and bounce ideas off one another, role models etc
    » Carry out workshops in schools promoting social entrepreneurship.

    What success will look like

    Number of people coming together.
    Measure the social impact on the ground in the UK - number of people reached and effected and in Malawi.

  • Impact


    Making positive changes to the way women think and society in general. We are all equal, just some of us born into different geographical locations. For example if one of the girls says where she lives there is no community centre and lots of young people having nothing to do in UK. The group could come together, volunteer their time and skills, share their contacts and together with the help of businesses offering their support build a community centre.


    Risks would not be having enough people on board with the idea and it just becoming a group of women who talk the talk but can't walk the walk. However, I have already carried out a pilot study in a couple of Schools and I know the demand is there. We would just need enough time to be able to lead the movement, and the resources such as a CRM to ensure we can maintain our contacts.


    Social impact reports. It is a movement we are creating. We expect to get press exposure, a big online presence, donors have to be able to see it with their own eyes the difference we are making.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £5,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £1,000 computer software We would need a CRM and some contact lists
      £2,500 Workshops Holding five workshops in major cities rallying up people and encouraging them to get involved
      £1,000 social media sponsored posts, social media campaigns
      £500 admin costs of hosting a website, expenses for petrol to and from the events
  • Background


    Across the UK and into Malawi


    Young women in the UK and Malawi

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    I have spent the last eight years working with vulnerable people in Africa. I am 26 and have gone through so much in my own life that I know I have been given a gift whereby I can inspire people to believe in themselves and make a difference. We have the knowledge, the passion and age is on my side as people can relate to me.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Sarah Brook

    Founder and CEO

    Gemma Fox

    Project Co-ordinator

An inspiration to women around the world. To have achieved so much at your age is amazing and it is thanks to you that I found the belief to follow my own passion and make a difference in my own way.

Rebecca Rowley