To support the community and further education through
a) Using a passion for construction play systems to make a difference within the community and inspire young people to develop their passions in order to do the same.
b) Producing creative construction play system events for the purposes of finding charitable causes and inspiring others in the fields of engineering, education, and visual art.
c) Assist in education of the community through participation in LUG 4/2 events, related workshops and increasing the capabilities of the community.
d) Providing incentives for construction accomplishments and education.
“To assist the development of the community, especially children through alternative forms of education”
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Provides services (e.g. care / counselling)
Makes grants / loans to individuals, Provides advice / information / advocacy, Organises events
Education / training / research
Children / young people
BUG 4/2 operates through an annually elected committee. This committee consists of five officers who oversee the Societies resources, who meet once a month to discuss the clubs affairs. The BUG committee assigns the mandates for each of the subcommittees and a budget for each project to work with, the BUG committee acts as an advisor to each of the projects and provide information and assistance when requested, keeping track of each of the projects progression through monthly reports
Entities your charity controls
CC Registration Number
Imagination Station (Non-Registered Entity)
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