Please Offer Me a Seat

This project is for those of us who struggle to stand while using public transport. A free badge and card will be available to help you alert fellow passengers that you need a seat. 88% of disabilities are not visible, furthermore, most people who need a seat are not inclined to request one.
 

Books Behind Bars

‘Books Behind Bars’ is an idea springing from the philosophy that literacy, art appreciation and the enjoyment of reading should not be limited to those with a good education. The idea is to firstly start a Book Club, then see where it takes us. Great ideas spring from literature just as great ideas are communicated through it.

Building Nepal

I visitied Nepal in 2015, a few short months after two large earthquakes devastated that beautiful country. I visited the towns and villages, to try and understand the effect of the destruction. Four years on, Nepal is still rebuilding. I want to take a group of people wanting to make a difference to Nepal to help them rebuild.

Patient Perspective

Patient Perspective collates the quantitative data entered into it in order to build a profile of what works for the brain tumour community and perhaps just as importantly, what could be improved upon. It provides this statistical information back to patients and carers, the medical community and to governments, providing information never before captured in the health care sector.