Thalis for Tales - Fundraiser
OpenStoryTellers are delighted to have the support of Lungi Babas and Sustainable Frome to fundraise for specialist outreach support for people with learning disabilities and autism who have become particularly isolated as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
People with learning disabilities have been disproportionately affected by the virus, with many clinically vulnerable to it and more likely to suffer worse outcomes as a result. The outreach support will help people who are not able to get out and about, to stay connected, become digitally included and to increase their wellbeing.
To celebrate their 6th birthday, Lungi Babas - the delicious South Indian inspired cafe in Frome - have chosen to support OpenStoryTellers and donate funds from every 6th thali sold!
That equates to an amazing 17% of their thali revenue! Over the next three months, Lungi Babas will also make donations from other areas of their work too, to support the project.
Do enjoy a delicious thali while helping to raise money for OpenStoryTellers at the same time - tag us on social media with the hashtag #ThalisForTales
You can keep an eye on our progress on Lungi Babas' website here
We want to hear your stories!
Members of OpenStoryTellers have been creating postcards that reflect their experience of the lockdowns and the pandemic this year. We would love to hear your stories too!
How to take part:
Pick up a free postcard from PostScript Frome (these have been kindly paid for by Sustainable Frome)
Think about a story, a feeling, a top tip or something you’d like to share from your experience of the pandemic
Draw or write it on the postcard – be as creative as you like!
Drop your postcard off at one of the following venues: OpenStoryTellers (@RISE Frome), the Good Heart Café, the Share Shop or PostScript
Suggested donation of £1 (or more!) to OpenStoryTellers when you drop off your postcard (via a collection tin or online at Local Giving)
See your postcard in an exhibition at the Thalis for Tales celebration event in March