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Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
Fundraising presentation by Sharif Rahman at Cambridge
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  • 1. Fundraising presentation By Md Sharifur Rahman Course Name: Financing Your Organization (89Q006) University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education
  • 2. A project for vulnerable restaurant workers in Brick Lane (East London)
  • 3.
    • Vulnerable workers:
    • ‘‘The TUC estimate that one in five workers in the UK are vulnerable and insecure in their employment as they are not in a position to secure their statutory employment rights.’’
  • 4. Background of this project
    • Findings of Brick Lane restaurant worker research
    • There are about 45 restaurants in Brick Lane.
    • Over the three quarter of the Brick Lane restaurant workers were paid significantly below the national minimum wage as low as ₤3 an hour.
    • All were paid in cash.
  • 5.
    • No employment contract.
    • Income unreported to tax/benefit system.
    • Average working hours per week between 50 to 65 hours.
    • No pay slips.
    • No Holiday provision.
    • Three quarters interviewees had worked restaurants for more that five years.
    • Poor health & safety conditions.
    • All of them are legal residents of the UK.
  • 6. So we recognize restaurant workers in Brick Lane as vulnerable
  • 7. Problems identified
    • Poor English language skill.
    • Lack of education and qualification.
    • Lack of knowledge/awareness about employment rights.
    • Lack of access to credit and business knowledge.
    • Absence of social life and recreation.
  • 8. Project name: Brick Lane Restaurant Workers Club Project objectives: 1. To improve English Language skill of restaurant workers. 2. To ensure restaurant workers are able to understand and secure their full entitlement to employment rights. 3.To introduce restaurant workers to opportunities for developing new skills and thereby enabling them to advance their position in the labour market.
  • 9. Project duration: Two years pilot Project location: Brick Lane, East London Total project population: 45X10=450 Targeted project beneficiary: 225
  • 10. CREATE Project activities:
    • C lub- setting up a venue so that restaurant workers can socialize and interact/share their experience/potentials
    • R esearch- establishment of partnership group of Bangladeshi community and business organisations and voluntary and public agencies to advice on intervention and further research.
    • E SOL- training at times and places convenient to restaurant workers
    • A wareness- a publicity campaign to raise awareness of the national minimum wage and employment rights among employees and employers
    • T raining- catering training for staff who want to progress in restaurant industry
    • E mployment/empowerment- employment training and job search advice at times and places convenient to restaurant staff.
  • 11. Who Benefits:
    • Restaurant workers
    • Their family
    • Community and the economy
  • 12. Resources needed: Two years project budget
    • Income:
    • Donation from
    • potential donor (s)
    • ₤ 153500.00
    • Expenditure :
    • Rent (office & club) 24000.00
    • Utility Bills 3000.00
    • Staff salary
    • Project co-ordinatorX1 25000.00
    • ESOL teacherX2 (PT) 30000.00
    • Project assitantX1 16000.00
    • Volunteer expense 5000.00
    • Campaign & events 20000.00
    • Research & report 15000.00
    • Stationery & printing 5000.00
    • Refreshment at Club 5000.00
    • Miscellaneous 10000.00
    • Total expenditure 153500.00
  • 13. Thank you

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