LONG-DISTANCE ROWING CHALLENGE

FUND-RAISER FOR THE GLOBE COMMUNITY PROJECT

GLOBE COMMUNITY PROJECT
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LONG-DISTANCE ROWING CHALLENGE
GLOBE COMMUNITY PROJECT
GLOBE COMMUNITY PROJECT
£150.00 donated
+£12.50 Gift Aid = £162.50
3% of £5,000.00 goal

Julian’s story

Julian

Two dozen seasoned members of the Lea Rowing Club will be testing their endurance on the River Great Ouse to raise funds for the Globe Community Project, GCP. These women, average age 62, and men, average age 70, aim to row as far as they can over two days, between 30km and 80km.


GCP supports social cohesion and wellbeing, combating isolation in and around Globe Town in Tower Hamlets:

  • providing valuable skills and support to people on low incomes living with chronic pain and/or health conditions
  • delivering English-language and community-building projects for women migrants and refugees
  • helping disadvantaged older residents to improve their wellbeing, deal positively with ageing, participate more in the community and access support


All funds raised will be passed to the charity irrespective of whether my target is reached, not reached or exceeded.


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GLOBE COMMUNITY PROJECT

Globe Community Project

We are a Buddhist-inspired charity working to help local people in Tower Hamlets, while putting our values into practice. We provide practical help for those who need it, while building local connections and cohesion. Our projects support refugee and migrant women, people with chronic pain, and older people at risk of loneliness and isolation, offering practical skills, mindfulness and wellbeing techniques alongside social and cross-cultural connection.

Globe Community Project is a registered charity in England and Wales. Charity number 1104770​. Company no04992627.

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