About the Boaz Project
Boaz was set up to help address the lack of facilities for people with learning disabilities once they have left full-time education. Its aim is to create an atmosphere of the work ethic for people who otherwise cannot gain employment. It began in the “mid noughties” and became a charity in its own right in November 2007. Its long-term desire is to be able to employ some of those who access its facilities.
The Project is currently open to members Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:00 to 4.00pm. Members bring their own lunch. We provide drinks. Contact us: 01962 761749 or 07971 688838 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are situated in an idyllic setting at Hill Farm, Sutton Scotney, Winchester SO21 3NT in the beautiful Hampshire countryside.
Boaz is run by a small group of fully committed trustees and Manager Stuart, Deputy Sally, Assistant Managers, Andy, Vee, Paula and Jules, with the help of many lovely volunteers.
The Boaz Project exists to provide an excellent horticultural facility with related work opportunities at which adults with learning disabilities may come together to be valued and productive. Its purpose is to give dignity and confidence in a happy, safe and supportive environment enabling greater independence, social inclusion and employability.
The Project’s Christian ethos seeks to address the whole person, body, mind and spirit, aiming to release and realise each person’s full human potential to the glory of God.