Community Kitchen For Twickenham

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Community Kitchen For Twickenham

ETNA Community Centre By ETNA Community Centre

Help us create a community kitchen run by The Real Junk Food Project & make the building fully accessible. A place to meet, share meals and build a sense of community while reducing food waste.

Richmond upon Thames Fundraising stage

270
backers
£85,609
pledged of £95,698
34
days left

Pledges will only be charged if the project hits its funding goal of £95,698 by 17 Dec 2018

Sharing food is a really powerful way of bringing people together and supports our mission of reducing loneliness in our community. We have planning permission to extend the ground floor of our lovely Victorian building to provide a new larger kitchen with open-plan seating, with step-free access. By teaming up with a range of partner organisations, we will be able to reach out to groups and individuals that are currently under represented. Working with The Real Junk Food Project, the project will allow us to operate a full-time cafe for the first time. They use surplus food from local supermarkets and other retailers to make meals for the community - "filling bellies not bins". We also plan to work with Age UK to offer 'Man with a Pan' cooking sessions and members of the local Home Schooling Network to provide cooking activities for children outside of mainstream education. This cannot happen without your help! Please pledge what you can, just £5 will go a long way!

What we'll deliver:

  • Community Kitchen - with Real Junk Food Cafe open 5 days a week
  • Step Free Access - a new side entrance for all
  • Extended Timetable of Activities - new cooking classes for example Man with a Pan, cooking for single parents and kids

Why it's a great idea:

ETNA has been running for over 30 years and is already a well used and loved resource in Twickenham. Our project will allow us to open the Centre to more people and enable us to tackle the loneliness facing some members of our community. We have a high number of elderly people within the community and by creating the step free access we can open our door to more of these residents. We are passionate about reducing loneliness and isolation and plan to partner with other organisations to deliver a varied programme for our community. The Real Junk Food Project will allow us to operate a cafe with a difference. By working with local supermarkets, cafes and bakeries they will take food surplus and turn it into meals for the community. With three environmental charities based at ETNA we are also determined to reduce our carbon footprint. The local community have backed the project in recent surveys and votes. So now we need your help to turn it in to a reality.

Steps to get it done:

  • Start building our extension in spring 2019
  • Open Real Junk Food Cafe by autumn 2019
  • Create Step Free Access by autumn 2019
  • Create new meeting/activity space by winter 2019
  • Launch new timetable of activities by January 2020

Location Richmond upon Thames

Richmond upon Thames has 126 other projects and £1,345,000 in potential grant funding

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London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

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How will the money be spent?Total £95,698

VAT (20%) - £14,000 (15%)
Cavity wall and brickwork - £9,700 (10%)
Kitchen units and worktop - £8,000 (8%)
Glass and glazing - £7,400 (8%)
Contingency - £7,000 (7%)
Preliminaries - £6,250 (7%)
Excavation and site works - £5,900 (6%)
Foundations - £4,500 (5%)
Structural Steelwork - £4,500 (5%)
Roofing construction - £4,240 (4%)
Other - £24,208 (25%)

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.

15%
VAT (20%)
£14,000
10%
Cavity wall and brickwork
£9,700
8%
Kitchen units and worktop
£8,000
8%
Glass and glazing
£7,400
7%
Contingency
£7,000
7%
Preliminaries
£6,250
6%
Excavation and site works
£5,900
5%
Foundations
£4,500
5%
Structural Steelwork
£4,500
4%
Roofing construction
£4,240
25%
Other
£24,208
  • Spacehive fees
    £4,467
  • Joinery and carpentry
    £4,215
  • Demolition and strip out
    £3,050
  • Electrical services
    £2,460
  • Mechanical services
    £2,420
  • Concrete floor for extension
    £2,200
  • Flooring for kitchen
    £1,700
  • Underground drainage
    £1,100
  • VAT
    £893
  • New ceilings
    £700
  • Transaction Fees
    £603
  • Integrated under counter refridgerator
    £320
  • Microwave
    £80

Total £95,698

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