BrightonSoup call for charitable projects needing funding and musicians to perform

BrightonSoup have just announced…

At our recent Hangleton event Tamsin from Wide Berth won the vote and £300.70 in ticket money and donations for her craft taster classes for socially isolated mothers. Although one project got the funding, all the projects benefited with skills pledges and offers of help. It’s a great opportunity to make connections and get support. If you know of anyone that may be interested in presenting we are now open to submissions for our next event at Community Base on Friday 20th November 2015.


Projects must be charitable and of benefit to the people in Brighton & Hove City. If interested please send a couple of paragraphs explaining your project and what you would do with the money to [email protected].


We’re also looking for  musicians to play a short 20/25 min set at our events. So far we have had folk singer Georgia Lewis and guitar duo Dare To Be Charlie – both went down really well. If you or a musician you know is interested please get in touch. We cannot pay, but you get as much free (delicious) food as you can eat, and you get to vote on the projects. It’s a fun night.

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