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Our Values

Eight older people and eight students from Churchill Community College, all volunteers with VODA, the Voluntary Organisations Development Agency in North Tyneside.

Digital voice's work with us was fundamental to the success of the project

Who Took Part

Eight older people and eight students from Churchill Community College, all volunteers with VODA, the Voluntary Organisations Development Agency in North Tyneside.

Purpose

The group explored their own values and together decided on the four which they agreed are most important in our community. They then took part in a range of projects which culminated in creating animated films, supported by Digital Voice.

What Happened

The work was inspired by artwork they had done for the project and the group worked in four teams to storyboard, create the animations, and write and record scripts.

Results

They produced four short animations on cooperation, responsibility, justice and honesty. These can be seen below.

Sharing the Results with Others

The group took part in a wonderful end-of-project screening event organised by themselves and VODA.at Howden Library. Members of the community and other stakeholders were invited to decide what they believed were the most important values for society to be successful.

Benefits for Participants

The group worked marvellously together! Intergenerational projects are a fantastic way to bring together people who may not usually meet in this way to share opinions and ways of working for the betterment of communities as a whole.

Client and/or Funder

We were commissioned by VODA to do this work and they provided great support throughout, including editing the animations.

Who Else Would Benefit from this sort of Project?

Intergenerational Projects are very successful and enjoyable community cohesion initiatives.

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