Community fundraising via Project Soup

Inspired by the success of the soup events in Detroit our friends at Small Works Kings Cross and Small Works Victoria are bringing #PROJECTSOUP to London!

The concept for Project Soup is simple:
+ £5 entrance for a bowl of soup and 1 vote
+ 4 local groups pitch their idea for a community activity
+ each presenter has 4 minutes to pitch their idea
+ all vote for 1 Winner


Upcoming Soups:

Small Works Victoria
Date: October 2017
Where: Greencoat Place Conference Centre, 24 Greencoat Place, London SW1P 1RD
Partners: The Abbey CentrePeabody, Greencoat Place, Initiatives of Change

Small Works Kings Cross
Date: TBD
Where: Hugh Cubitt Centre,  48 Collier St, London N1 9QZ
Partners: TBD

You’re invited to see the power of Soup for yourself! Come out to hear exciting pitches, meet people in your community and – of course – have some soup!


The History of Project Soup:

The first Project Soup in December 2015 saw more than 40 Islington residents come together to support Carlos Casimiro of Cally Stars Football Club. Since then we’ve helped raise money for The Academy London, Centre 404, Central Community Impact, This One Family Matters, Food For All, Islington Bangladeshi AssociationOne Big Family Helping The Homeless, NourishingQi, and Ahmed Faid who is campaigning to save Barnard Park football pitch. These projects have received more than £2000 in support – all through Soup!

More Information:

If you want to know more about hosting your own soup or for information on how you can pitch your project at the next Project Soup get in touch!


One Response to “Community fundraising via Project Soup”

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  1. Stephanie Blundell says:

    Project Soup is a fantastic event for the communities of both Victoria and Westminster. The event also shines a light on local projects, creating a valuable network or community services.

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