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To enable people who suffer from SAD (seasonal affective disorder) to get on and do by accessing light therapy and by planting garden bulbs to enhance local spaces and have a community focal point
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To support individuals/communities to keep going through darker mornings - campaigning to raise money to buy and plant flower bulbs such as daffodils, tulips, snow drops and blue hyacinths to brighten mornings and cheer people in conjunction with providing SAD light therapy for people who need it to get them through the Winter - who function fine during the year but need extra help when the mornings and evenings are darker and there is little sunshine....Flowers cheer and the light goes on...
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Because so many people ages 14 - 104 are affected by SAD who struggle or/and become incapacitated during the darker months. Planting flower bulbs is a real way of connecting and giving people a purpose - this is something that is easy to set up across communities to enhance spaces and offer practical help. This idea came from thinking of two young men who suffer but through discussions about SAD I now know about 100 people so 100 packs to start the process of creating support.
Steps to get it done:
to increase well being in local communities
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How will the money be spent?Total £7,297
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