The Papillon Project is an energetic and enterprising educational charity that promotes sustainable living and environmental awareness for young people. It is our continued privilege to work over thirty with secondary schools and sixth-form colleges (including Pupil Referral Units) in Norfolk to inspire young people to grow their own food for themselves and their local community. We achieve this by creating inspirational and sustainable allotments for schools.
It’s our very dedicated mission to help rehearse the next generation to know how to grow their own food so we can all start living in a greener and far more sustainable world. It is crucial that we help schools to create ‘an all-important good experience for young people in the hope they, the young people, will feel more inspired and inclined to ‘give it a grow’ in adulthood. Ultimately, our charitable work is about helping young people feel more confident about themselves and their futures.
Our recent charity's film 'No Straight Lines' really helps to highlight the impact of our charitable work in Norfolk secondary schools and colleges:
You can find out more about charitable work via our website:
We're seeking £5000 in funding to help us support schools for the next academic year (2023-24) and also expand our charitable work to schools in the Great Yarmouth area of Norfolk.
Thank you so very much for showing an interest in our charitable work and thank you very much if you decide to make a pledge to help us achieve our ultimate goal to inspire young people that a better future is possible!