SMALL STEPS PROJECT IS A HUMANITARIAN ORGANISATION AND UK REGISTERED CHARITY SUPPORTING CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES ON RUBBISH DUMPS.
Glastonbury 2016! Call for Volunteers.
Small Steps Project has been lucky enough to work with Glastonbury Festival for over four years. We are able to offer a number of people the chance to come to the festival and work as litter pickers helping to recycle, reuse, and keep the festival site clean. We are one of several charities that Glastonbury gives this amazing opportunity to, where, in exchange for working as a litter pickers, part of the cost of your ticket is donated to the charity and the rest is returned to you when you complete your mission!
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We are dedicated to supporting children around the world who live on rubbish dumps and survive from scavenging. We aim to raise awareness, through film, of the unacceptable hardships that they face.
We deliver shoes, hygiene kits and emergency aid to protect children in the dump environment, followed by sustainable solutions to enable children to take small steps off rubbish dumps and into education. Find out more about Small Steps Project and contact us here.
The Small Steps vision is of…
Providing all children and families who live or work on municipal rubbish dumps and landfill sites with shoes and aid that will enable them to take small steps out of poverty.
Linking with locally established NGOs to cement a network of all projects working to improve the wellbeing of children living and working on landfills or scavenging for survival.
Improving global awareness of international waste systems and the human rights violations encountered by waste scavengers, through documentary films.