The Hethel Innovation team has proudly seen Kirsty from InTah, that currently participates in a crowdfunding campaign, has already overcome her original target and now is a front-runner for one of the business grants!

Kirsty, the Founder and CEO of InTah, attended the Innovate Business and Activate workshops and during this period she worked closely with the Hethel Innovation team. InTah is sat in the 6th place and need to get to 5th or higher to win £5,000 business funding! Please see below what InTah is and the ways that you can help their campaign.

Norfolk-based company, InTah Ltd, focusses on inspiring driven professionals to find their purpose, with activities suited to anyone who wants to invest in themselves and their future.

Through exploration, self-development and wellbeing activities, InTah is committed to helping you feel revitalised and inspired to find your purpose; with retreats, expeditions, loyalty and discount programmes, mentoring, conferences and award ceremonies…the only limit is your imagination!

With sustainable and socially responsible practices built into all InTah activities, you can adventure safe in the knowledge that you are helping a really worthwhile cause.

The Norfolk-based company is competing against more than 200 campaigns from across the UK to win a grant of up to £10,000, to kickstart their business idea, offering residential retreats and experiences to individuals and teams to encourage mindful living and prevent burn out. A frontrunner for the #BringIt2020 Crowdfunding competition, a female-only initiative that is part of the NatWest’s wider ambition to reduce the gender gap and support 400,000 female-led businesses, they need your support now more than ever.

InTah has already passed the first hurdle by raising the initial £1,000 target and now needs your help to hit their £5000 stretch target, which will help them to set up the Social Enterprise and get CPD accredited so that their work can be supported by your UK employers.

Having raised over £4,000 so far from more than 100 supporters, they have until 2 April to continue crowdfunding and impress the judging panel; as the rankings stand at the moment, they are in sixth place and aim to be at least in the top five by 2 April, to win the business funding. Having already provided donations to Norfolk foodbanks to assist with the current situation, payments for support to vulnerable persons and a donation to a company who are 3D-printing components for NHS ventilators, further donations will contribute to providing support to key UK workers in their support to Coronavirus.

Kirsty Ward Founder & CEO

Kirsty Ward, Founder and CEO, said: “We believe that InTah’s experiences will help society by inspiring people to find their purpose and help society, through education, sustainable practices and positive mental health. Your generous pledges of support through, shares on social media and encouraging your employer or favourite sustainable business to collaborate, will not only help us to grow and flourish, but make a massive difference to the lives of others”

With several rewards from £5 upwards, you can pledge a donation to support Key Workers against the Coronavirus, purchase equipment for our new Nursing School at Kumi Hospital, Uganda, plant trees to help us on our carbon offsetting mission or purchase gift cards to use for any InTah product or service when they go live next month!

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