What is Nurture?
We want to help communities by creating fully accessible outdoor spaces that help create more habitats for wildlife, encourage community collaboration and improve mental health and wellbeing.
What will Nurture do?
Create access to outdoor space
Create habitats for wildlife
Create spaces to support mental health
Build community spirit
Build human connections
Collaborate within communities
As Project Lead, Ellie-kay Dawe understands first-hand the individual benefits of outdoor spaces in creating and maintaining happiness and she hopes to help develop a shared understanding of the importance of the natural environment.
The initial stages of the Nurture project will focus on collaboration with likeminded organisations to establish a key area, whether that is a replanting a completely new natural zone or improvements by rewilding a pre-existing site. We hope to continue creating more places of happiness and through further collaboration we want to encourage further projects throughout Cheshire and Staffordshire.
How to get involved
If you are interested in volunteering with the Project, please get in touch.
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If you think that Nurture could benefit your community, please get in touch.
You could help make this possible.
By becoming a funding partner in this wonderful community interest project, as well as helping to make a difference, your organisation will:
Kickstart Nurture’s project growth and development.
Be invited to collaborate with charities and other organisations.
Be able to share and talk about the impact your funding has had on communities and the environment.
Have the opportunity to get actively involved with projects, whether that is through volunteering or team building activities, driving community and company pride and supporting team development.
Have branding and advertising opportunities at the project location and on project documents.
Receive exposure through our publications, blogs and social media channels.