Posters for Sandringham Festival and Sandringham Repair Cafe!

Posters for Sandringham Festival and Sandringham Repair Cafe!

Posters for Sandringham Festival and Sandringham Repair Cafe!
Sandringham Project in Community Empowerment

Estimated Time: 6 - 10 Hours Over 4 - 6 Weeks

SPiCE needs help creating posters for 2 amazing upcoming events in Sandringham. First is the Sandringham Festival - taking place one Saturday after Labor Day weekend for 20 years. Second is to launch a Repair Cafe at local community maker-space the Gribblehirst Community Hub. We hope to get an amazing design that we can update in future years by changing the date.

Working location

We are based in Sandringham, and would be happy to meet at a local cafe, the Gribblehirst Community Hub or come to you.

Proposed project steps with time estimates

These events are in October which gives us a good amount of time to get sorted. We would like to list these events in August so would need the work done by then. A graphic designer is essential for this project. Communications experts, digital storytellers would be a bonus :)

I would share with you the details for the projects, and posters used in the past along with logos that need to be included, as well as describing the vibe of the events.

What We Have In Place

We have a paid community facilitator who has time to respond and support with information from the organisations involved. We will plan to print these posters on corflute to go on community noticeboards, as A3 and A4 posters for local schools and shops to display and as flyers for letter box drops.

SPiCe's website is: and FB is
Our partner for the Sandringham Festival (Sandringham Business Association)'s FB is:

Sandringham Project in Community Empowerment
Community Group
Our mission is simple: to make Sandringham an even more amazing place to live, work and play.
What we Do
SPiCE (the Sandringham Project in Community Empowerment) is a charitable trust led by local residents and the community located in central Auckland in the thriving suburb of Sandringham. There are five core community-led development principles that guide us and what we do: Grow from shared local visions Build from strengths Work with diverse people and sectors Grow collaborative local leadership Learn by doing