EcoFeast, our new local project in Canterbury, focuses on reducing food waste by bringing students together to learn cooking and baking from the elderly using surplus food from supermarkets. We aim to organise a monthly meal where volunteering students will help prepare a meal for the homeless in Canterbury.
Team Leader: Sophia Gagliardi
MyStreets, our local project in Canterbury, is training previously homeless individuals to serve as tour guides and give tourists their unique perspective of the city of Canterbury. We aim to re-integrate them into society whilst providing employability skills and work experience.
Team Leader: Camilla Ekanger
Our international project Cantuta, in Peru, is bringing the socially isolated elderly community together through our soap and honey enterprise by teaching them new skills, providing an additional source of income and helping them build social links in the community.
Team Leader: Queenethe Alade
Badlaav, our new international project in India, is working towards empowering women in Kashmir by putting them in the driver's seat through our soon to be launched female taxi enterprise.
Team Leader: Position Available