If you've got a great idea for a community project, complete our registration form and come and pitch at one of our events coming up in February.
Complete the form telling us more about your project and how you believe it will make a difference to the community and benefit the people living there. We will then be inviting the projects we think will make the most difference to pitch their ideas at One Manchester Soup events held across East, Central and South Manchester.
You'll have four minutes to pitch your idea, but don't worry, we’ll give you help to get your pitch ready for day!
Once the audience has heard all the pitches, they will then vote and the successful projects will be given funding for their projects!
This year we are particularly interested in hearing from people who have great ideas focused around youth engagement in Fallowfield, Longsight and Ardwick as well as environmental projects based in Rusholme and Moss Side.
The pitching events are great fun, and there will be plenty of tasty hot food to enjoy for free on the night.
For this round of Soup pitching events we will be at the following locations:
East (Openshaw, Gorton, Abbey Hey, Levenshulme)
Monday 25 February: 6pm–8pm
Abbey Hey Lane
South (Moss Side, Fallowfield, Longsight, Rusholme)
Tuesday 26 February: 5.30pm–8.30pm
Luther King House,
Brighton Grove (Off Wilmslow Road)
Central (Beswick, Ardwick, Hulme)
Wednesday 27 February: 6pm–8pm
Sheung Lok Centre,
The closing date for applications is Monday 11 February. If you've got a great idea, we'd love to hear from you, so make sure to apply!