StarJammers thrill market-goers
Charities can benefit from being involved in the markets at Silo Park and StarJam is one of the first to get involved.
StarJammers put on a show for the public at the market on March 7.
The organisation runs performance workshops for young people with disabilities, giving them a platform to show off their talents.
Kiri David of StarJam says it was a privilege for the charity to be showcased at the market.
She could also see the audience enjoyed the experience just as much as the young people from StarJam.
‘‘After the performance a lady came up to our stall and told us that she had tears in her eyes watching the performance. She then signed up to volunteer on the spot.’’
Silo Park team member Ethan McAulay says not only does the charity receive a donation from Silo Park, they have advertising rights, receive money from popcorn sales and get to showcase their work in front of up to 5000 people.
Email email@example.com if your charity is interested in getting involved.