“The BioSmart Initiative is committed to its values of environmental and cultural sustainability. We are at a very important stage in our project expansion, readjusting to working in a post-COVID world. This grant is fundamental to jumpstart our project back into operating, as we can gather necessary information from our Kenyan and Tanzanian partners so that our Exeter-based team can continue to make both informed and exciting entrepreneurial decisions in the months to come. Thank you so much for shortlisting our project, it means the world.”
“I was so impressed when I met Juliette, Josh and Mia. They are all so passionate about this project and the positive impact it has on both people and the environment. All the students involved volunteer their time to work on this social enterprise and are responsible for all fundraising. Funds from the Matthew Good Foundation will help get this project back on track after the pandemic and kick-start the exciting next stage which will see them expand into more areas and increase their impact.”
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After becoming one of the top five finalists in the latest Grants for Good Round, £1,000 was granted.