WHAT OUR PARTICIPANTS SAY
Rachel and her friend Emmanuel met to discuss an idea, Make Our Money Matter (MOMM). Open Project Night was the first time they’d met to discuss the idea and they agreed went well.
Emmanuel said, “it’s a black consumer and business empowerment network. The idea is to help strengthen and build the paid black economy and create sustainability within the black community – to use consumerism for change.”Find out more
“I’m Noel,” says a friendly man to the 15 or so people around him. “I’m the facilitator here tonight. I’d like to start with a quick check-in on how everyone’s doing. I want people to arrive here excited and leave even more excited.”
Hubber Mahalia discussed her Echo skills sharing workshops, while Adrienne mentioned her West London urban growing project, Cultivate London. There were some who specialised in fundraising, others who ran community gardening projects…Find out more
The Rastafari Movement, Loughborough Farm, Brixton Green, Brixton Energy, Brixton Neighbourhood Forum, It’s Your Local Market, Maths Explorers, Maureen’s History of Reggae research and People’s Fridge Brixton are among some of the regular projects at Open Project Night.Find out more
Open Project Night food sponsors
Satay Bar whips up widely-loved Thai dishes and a whole range of cocktail. Provides Open Project Night with vats of Thai curr…
Lounge Brixton is one of our favourite Brixton hangouts! Good coffee, Caribbean inspired flavours, all-day breakfast, laidbac…
Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen sponsors Open Project Night once each month with delightful jollof rice, plantain and read bean stew.
Delectable Middle Eastern-inspired cafe restaurant in Market Row, Brixton. Sponsors Open Project Night with falafel and chick…
Open Project Night funders
Battersea Power Station Foundation
Battersea Power Station Foundation funds projects in South London that support local communities, create new opportunities an…