Capacity+ Project

A project to enhance the capacity of the Permaculture CoLab to meet its own aims.

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Top financial contributors

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Permaculture Association

£106,300 GBP since Apr 2020

Capacity+ Project is all of us

Our contributors 8

Thank you for supporting Capacity+ Project.

Naomi Joy Smith

Core Contributor
Engagement Designer, creating conditions for mu...

Ewan Findley

Core Contributor
Software and digital content Developer

Aimee Fenech

Admin
startup incubator and onboarding

Luis Tiago

Core Contributor

Permaculture ...

£106,300 GBP

Projects

Support the following initiatives from Capacity+ Project.

Project

Permaculture International Research Network

to fund a startup research project, coordination and tech support

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Project

Online Diversity Training

To develop an online transformative course covering power and equity in permaculture.

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Let’s get the ball rolling!

News from Capacity+ Project

Updates on our activities and progress.

Welcome Jenny Birkby & thank you Christina Sayson

Jenny has been onboarded on to the C+ project team as a contributor in her position as Financial Administrator. We warmly welcome Jenny to the team and take the opportunity to thank Christina Sayson for holding this position in the last mon...
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Published on November 8, 2021 by Aimee Fenech

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

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Today’s balance

£7,424.10 GBP

Total raised

£106,300.36 GBP

Total disbursed

£98,876.26 GBP

Estimated annual budget

£56,900.36 GBP

About


Here we are practising open books policy by making Capacity+ Project budget transparent to our community and everybody else.

Capacity+ Project supports Permaculture Collaborative Laboratory (CoLab) in: 
  • Training and eLearning: through the delivery of training and the creation and curation of eLearning systems and materials we aim to enhance the capacity of contributors to meet CoLab aims and incentivise participation of unpaid contributors.
  • Circle incubation and nourishment: through incubating new circles (work teams) and nourishing existing circles we aim to enhance the capacity of the CoLab to meet its own aims.
  • Prototyping: through practically supporting the implementation of a range of prototype initiatives, enterprises, and services we aim to enhance the capacity of the CoLab to meet its own aims and to sustainably fund its existence.
  • Network weaving: through developing the relationships between contributing individuals and organisations, collaborators within and beyond the permaculture movement, and enhancing the collaborative capacity embedded in these relationships and processes (through facilitating social learning) we aim to enhance the capacity of the CoLab to meet its own aims.

Members of the core group of Capacity+ project each receive a stipend of 200 GBPs per month, to support the expected care work related to the project, the team itself, and whichever roles and responsibilities members occupy. See here for more detailed information, including pathways for engaging with the project either as a contributor, or becoming a core member yourself.

Currently serving on this team are:

  • Ewan Findley (Software and Digital Content Development)
  • Naomi Joy Smith (Engagement Design & Training Coordinator)
  • Aimee Fenech (Onboarding and Startup Incubation/Project management)
  • Luis Tiago (Communications Coordinator)
  • Previously: Nenad Maljkovic (Agile Coaching)
  • Previously: Philipp Grunewald (Sensemaking & Evaluation)

To read more about our individual responsibilities and commitments, see this document.

Members joined, and therefore have received stipend, for varying lengths of time.

As some members are on PAB's employment payroll, their stipends are not necessarily reflected in our OpenCollective budget.

Our team

Naomi Joy Smith

Core Contributor
Engagement Designer, creating conditions for mu...

Ewan Findley

Core Contributor
Software and digital content Developer

Aimee Fenech

Admin
startup incubator and onboarding

Luis Tiago

Core Contributor