HOPE MEETS ART runs weekend workshops for a limited number of DUKE OF EDNIBURGH AWARD participants, who will be fulfilling their Volunteering Section with our Charity.
WHERE: FRENCH CHAPLAINCY, 23 CROMWELL MEWS, SW7.
WHEN: 16TH DECEMBER – 28th APRIL 2018.
This year we have a full team of 14 teenagers doing their Bronze Silver Medals with HOPE MEETS ART as their chosen Charity. As a team, the Silver Medalists from 2017, the Duke of Edinburgh Fundraising Challenge for 2018 should be a PROJECT RUNWAY. They will work with the Bronze Medalists, which will culminate in a fabulous Fashion Show on the 28th April 6-8pm at 65 Queens Gate, SW7.
The inspiration for all their fabrics and designs was the beautiful book ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’, illustrated by our guest of honor, Olivia Lomenech Gill. The Duke of Edinburgh Runway Project has been proudly named:
THE DUKE MEETS FANTASTIC BEASTS!
Quentin de Coupigny and his two interns, the Duke of Edinburgh, must be involved in the marketing, organization and not least the program of the event. Event itself. All the participants work together to ensure the success of their Fundraising Challenge, which aims to have 250 guests and raise £ 10,000. HOPE MEETS ART.
If you are interested in volunteering with HOPE MEETS ART next year, please contact us via email for more details and contact us for more information on the Fantastic Beast’s Fashion Show in April.