Patreon Newsletter: Cultural Conversations
We have set up a Patreon account.
• We want to make the world a more equitable place to live.
• We want everyone to feel included and nobody to feel isolated.
• We believe coming together around the arts can be transformational.
• We want to create a welcoming environment that people, especially women, are comfortable in.
• We want to create opportunities for people to embrace their creativity and individuality and learn new skills.
• We believe that diverse representation is an important part of our society.
• We believe our community can grow empathy by listening to new experiences.
We are looking at different income streams as part of a sustainable funding plan. At the moment we run on project grants until October 2023. We need to find sources to help us on an ongoing basis. Our hub has become a place of friendship and aroha so there is a responsibility to keep this alive and flourishing.
Patreon helps creators and artists earn a monthly income by providing rewards and perks to their subscribers. Friends who use it have said that it has made a huge difference for them. It’s a bit like a membership which we don’t currently have but also a way to reach out globally.
I love how you can give $5 a month from anywhere in the world and that anyone can be a philanthropist. This is just a cup of coffee a month.
I have set up 4 tiers of membership so I ask if you are willing to support us and become part of our extended family.
These are examples of where the money will be spent:
• Green room refreshments for artists “Thanks so much for organizing last night! I really enjoyed it! I think it went really well! I especially liked the chocolates and cup of tea backstage b4 hand!!! Ahhh… the little things!!” – Guitarist Simon Lusby.
• When we have a Global Stitch product that needs an extra accessory e.g. pinking shears, or an iron and board for finished products.
• Light bulbs, extension leads, screwdrivers, ladders, light hire.
• I often book in JingJing for a head and neck massage and Greisi for pedicures – a much deserved treat for our Global Stitch Up women.
• Food reimbursements for pakoras, empanadas and jackfruit snacks. These are made by the women who regularly attend our space.
• Clothes rails, racks for accessory displays not included in project funding.
• Extra data for internet banking for those volunteering in the space.
• Extra posters, social media boosts.
• Sewing machine maintenance and fixing (no machines, no products).
These are just a few of the hidden costs that you could help with – should you wish to sign up to our Patreon.
06 Jun, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Cultural Converations, Morrison Square, Nelson 7010, New Zealand
Afghan food is known for its rich flavours and how it is influenced by various cultures. Join Fatima as she asks her sister Hanifa about her love of cooking and how it connects her to her roots.
Suggested donation between ($5-20)
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