After a successful Stage 1 KEY+ project for Key Group, Community Hope, they joined forces once again to do something kind at Christmas for those less fortunate. With a ton of ideas in mind, the group had to use their negotiation and decision-making skills to settle on their final project idea.
Realising that their local community was facing difficult financial times, the Community Hope group decided to provide a three course Christmas meal on Christmas day for 50 residents who were either experiencing financial difficulty or loneliness and social isolation.
With their idea set, they got to planning. The group worked hard to search for information on what items and ingredients they would need to pull off a special treat for all. They negotiated on pricing and pulled together their project budget ready for their pitch to panel.
The hard work started after panel. They had to purchase their decorations for the day and draft up feedback cards before the day and even set themselves an extra challenge to drive gift and present donations for those in need. The day came together well, and the group pulled off a community project that lifted spirits and brought people together at a time of year when people need it most. The Community Hope group were incredibly proud of what they were able to deliver together.