Printing of the vouchers in Cambridge is funded by Cambridge City Council
Street Aid (part of Cambridge City Council)
With financial backing from the team behind Street Aid, I was able to get the vouchers printed at no cost to the business as well as communicate a source of help to people in need by adding the details to the back about Street Aid.
Why are there 4 different types of vouchers?
Performance Ticket Printers
PechaKucha’s 20×20 presentation format shows your 20 chosen images, each for 20 seconds. In other words, you’ve got 400 seconds to tell your story, with visuals guiding the way. PechaKucha means “chit chat” in Japanese. This creative outlet began as night time get-togethers in Tokyo in 2003 by two renowned architects.
I presented a slideshow about my vouchers at a Pechakucha evening…
About the project
My name is Theresa. A Birmingham lass at heart but lived in Cambridge for about 20 years.
I started Pay it Forward gift vouchers in July 2018 after seeing homeless people on the streets of Cambridge, not wanting to give them money or buy them a sandwich in case they had a food intolerance, were vegetarian or some other dietary restriction.
I approached the Black Cat Cafe on Mill Road and they were interested in the idea. But I didn’t know how would I do it.
Azad, the owner came up with the idea of a gift voucher and the project was born…
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