Who are we?
Based just outside Winchester, the BOAZ project provides a horticulturally-based working environment on a farm for adults with learning disabilities within a caring family atmosphere, with the project's Christian Ethos central in everything we do. Our purpose is to give dignity and confidence in a happy, safe and supportive environment, enabling greater independence, social inclusion and employability to the members that join us.
The project's Christian ethos seeks to address the whole person in body, mind and spirit, aiming to release each person's full potential. Over time we have grown to become a therapeutic work community of around one hundred people drawn from all walks of life. What unites us is enjoying being in the moment, working and learning together with others. Faithful engaged volunteers are our lifeblood.
Our members can attend between 1 and 8 sessions per week (a session being a half-day). The project is currently open to members on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:30am to 3:30pm. Phone: 01962 761 749.
We are situated in an idyllic setting at Hill Farm, Sutton Scotney, Winchester SO21 3NT in the beautiful Hampshire countryside. We are structured as a listed company and a registered charity. All our details are readily available on the Charity Commission Website.
We have registered with the ICO in anticipation of the GDPR regulations.
Below is our Instagram feed- if you have a social media block you might not be able to see our content. If you want to check it out directly, we can be found as; BoazProjectUK
We have a Twitter feed running @BoazProject and you can see our latest updates below. If your computer is running a social media block- come and find us directly @BoazProject
We also have a facebook page. (In fact we have two facebook pages, Billy Boaz and Boaz Project Hampshire.) We have a Messenger connection too.