The Giving Menu
Vauxhall Together connects businesses in Vauxhall to local charities and community groups.
Below is a Giving Menu listing the asks of a number of local groups.

£10k fundraising challenge to support Creative Enterprise
a 10-week course support low income, disadvantaged young people develop business and employability skills through making and selling mosaics, arts and jewellery.
£500 to fund a talk by guest speakers to children in the neighbourhood
bringing in experts to add value to the regeneration.
£10k Funding Challenge
£10k funding challenge to support a young carer’s after school art, film and craft group for a year.
Funding for Half Term Programmes
£10k to deliver 3 week long arts, dance and drama and dance programmes during school half terms for children. Each week long programme culminating in a performance.

Practical Support
New floor in the dance studio
Storage space required for arts materials, banners etc
with easy and frequent access
In need of Meeting Space
Solar Energy Advice and Installation
Meeting space and venue for awaydays
Front Doors Installation Support
Support with installation of new accessible front doors
Builder to come and lay a new floor in their shop front premises

Pro Bono
Book keeper for half a day a month
Sponsorship of Creative Remedies Programme
A ten week arts based workshop with a Time to Shine Exhibition at the end. The programme is for long term mental health service users, aiming to improve wellbeing.
Marketing advice and support for a pilot of a project aiming to increase disability access to arts events
They need help raising awareness of the project and how to increase take-up.
Social media support, including advice on improving digital media presence and regular updates
Church Hall and Community Centre Redevelop
Church hall and community centre looking to redevelop their site, opposite Oval Cricket Ground. Seeking architecture and planning pro bono support.
Financial Systems support and advice
Looking for help preparing annual accounts

Sponsorship of WAM – Why Art Matters
WAM is a 10-week course where hard to reach and disadvantaged young people aged 7 upwards, make art for either an exhibition, market stall or community installation.
Sponsorship of support and mentoring programme for ex-offenders
Reintegrating them back into society and employment.
Sponsorship of IT equipment, software and licenses
in return for credits on films and publicity.
Sponsorship of annual showcase of grassroots disability arts projects
New community led market requires banners, gazebos and tables
Sponsorship of the market infrastructure will see sponsor logo on the equipment and publicity.
Scholl Football and Basketball Kit Sponsorship
Sponsorship of children from lower income households to have after school music, drama and dance classes
Sponsor to Train Street Pastor Volunteers
£350 trains a volunteer to be a Street Pastor in Vauxhall. Street Pastors are volunteers from local churches who patrol in teams of men and women, usually from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. on a Friday and Saturday night, to care for, listen to and help people who are out on the streets. 
Sponsorship required to run architecture bus tours for adults and children
Interactive arts and learning experiences focused on the built environment.
Front Room Sponsorship
Sponsorship of front room in terms of refurbishment or to have the room named after your business in return for funding to cover its running costs
Sponsorship for residential, trips and extra-curricular activities for children
Whose parent/carers cannot afford to contribute
Cool-It After School Art Session Sponsorship
Sponsorship of Cool-It after school art sessions for 5-15 year olds.
Translating and interpreting support
Solicitors to provide pro bono support to clients. Financial Capability Advisors to run ½ day workshop a month (do not need to be an accountant)

Team Building
Team day, teaching employees a new skill of mosaics
Maximum of 20 people for a day will participate in a creative mosaic workshop, making art pieces either for the office or home.
Mentoring Programme
£3,000 for a team day bringing staff together to mentor and work with ex-offenders on developing and moving forward business ideas
Sharing heritage team days for up to 20 people
Making pottery and ceramics (tiles and plaques) linked to Royal Doulton
Finding Flatland
Activity based team arts day working with visually impaired people. 10-12 people per day.
Problem Solving Challenges
Days with a brief to make something with a built environment theme
Pop-up Night Shelter
Teams of 20 people to cover the shelter (with support) for a night. Includes a range of roles including cooking

Various Volunteering Roles
Reading Mentors for young people of Monday & Friday afternoons Volunteer to chess group for young people on Saturday afternoons Curator and organiser of art exhibitions
Chaperone Volunteer for Children and Young People
Visits to building sites, developments and new buildings for children and young people to see architecture in progress
One-to-one Mentoring Volunteer
An hour a week for 6 weeks offering one-to-one mentoring and support for 26 year olds on the work programme One-to-one mentoring on specific vocational skills for 14-16 year olds
Trustees Required
Business and Finance skills 
Trustees Required
Business skills
Volunteers for Workshops
Volunteers to run and lead one off workshops to develop the skills of the community
Volunteer Painters
Regular painting days to refresh the community centre’s space
Mosaic workshops for community buildings and schools
Creative Surgery 20-hour volunteer opportunities
Participants will make mosaic and ceramic work and contribute to live community projects. Each volunteer will develop their own programme with individual learning targets and outcomes.
Teams required to staff fundraising events
2 per year
Volunteer Escorts
Volunteer escorts supporting visually impaired people attend events 
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