East Dulwich Plastics Campaign

Funded on Spacehive 30 August 2018

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East Dulwich Plastics Campaign

East Dulwich Plastics Campaign

Ric Baldock By Ric Baldock

Raising awareness of the issues surrounding plastic pollution and promoting behaviour change to address the problem in local council, businesses, schools, community groups and individuals.

Southwark Delivery stage

12
backers
£1,695
raised

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Working within the community to promote the issue of plastic pollution and drive behaviour change. From straight-forward awareness driving - speaking at schools, talking to businesses about changing plastic use within their business and supply chains to organising events (eg. street cleans and films nights) where individuals can show support and take direct action and engaging councillors to drive change within local government.

What we'll deliver:

  • A reduction in plastic use by local businesses
  • Community events that inspire action on an individual level
  • An increased awareness in the local area of the problems and possible solutions

Why it's a great idea:

Plastic is good for some things for which you need a non-degradable material but this benefit is a huge negative when it comes to waste and the environment. All the plastic ever created in the world still exists today and we're making more than ever - there could be more plastic in the ocean than fish before 2050. The statistics are startling: 38 million plastic bottles a day used in the UK and only half recycled, 5 trillion plastic bags used a year globally. People are starting to wake up to the problem but it needs more and faster action to affect the necessary change - from individual purchasing power right up to government legislation. It can be overwhelming which is why local level initiatives such as mine are so important - a call to arms to show people that their action can make a difference.

Steps to get it done:

  • Street Clean and Plastic Free Picnic

Location Southwark

Southwark has 2 other projects and £1,805,000 in potential grant funding

About the space

East Dulwich

Council

London Borough of Southwark

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How will the money be spent?Total £1,698

Printed bags - £400 (24%)
Printed bottles - £250 (15%)
Venue Hire - £200 (12%)
Printed cups - £150 (9%)
Printed t-shirts - £150 (9%)
Banner, flyer & poster printing - £150 (9%)
Advertising Space - Events - £120 (7%)
Advertising Space - raising awareness - £120 (7%)
Clean equipment - £50 (3%)
Other - £108 (6%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. These costs have been confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified.

24%
Printed bags
£400
15%
Printed bottles
£250
12%
Venue Hire
£200
9%
Printed cups
£150
9%
Printed t-shirts
£150
9%
Banner, flyer & poster printing
£150
7%
Advertising Space - Events
£120
7%
Advertising Space - raising awareness
£120
3%
Clean equipment
£50
6%
Other
£108
  • Spacehive fees
    £80
  • VAT
    £16
  • Transaction Fees
    £13

Overfunding

This project is enabled for overfunding. If the project hits its funding goal before the end of the campaign period, any extra funds raised will be spent (in order of priority) on: Increased advertising and awareness driving materials. Ability to put on more events and continue community outreach and education.

Total £1,698

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