Project Independence provides a place of safety for residents to grow their independence both financially and socially with guidance and support whilst living within a sustainable, safe and caring community.
Project Independence - Rubik's Cocktail Party

Now in its third year the Project Independence Rubik’s Cube fundraising event has taken on a new twist this year turning the traditional ball into a glamorous and exciting Cocktail Party. We’ve kept all the good bits, live music, Alex Sloan as our MC, great silent auction items and live ones, tremendous raffle prizes and an atmosphere that will break you out of your winter hum drum. This always entertaining event will held on the 8th September at 6.30pm at the amazing Rolfe Classic BMW show rooms, 2 Botany Street, Phillip.

Not sure what to wear, well this event is perfect timing to shake off those dowdy black winter clothes and get into some stylish cocktail attire in your favourite Rubik’s Cube colour. So get glammed up and come join us for terrific food, great entertainment and some good old fashioned fun all whilst helping a great cause, look forward to seeing you there!


PI is thrilled to be a recipient of this year's Homes of Hope Luton Charity Ball to be held at the National Convention Centre on the 19th August. We hope you can join us for this terrific evening.

Tickets are available here.

Project Independence would like to thank Allhomes and GoHosting for their sponsorship provided for the Luton Charity Ball.

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About Project Independence

Project Independence is a social housing development for people with an intellectual disability.

It represents a new model of home ownership. The project provides people with an intellectual disability the opportunity to acquire equity in a property, as well as the ability to live as independently as possible. The new social housing model is based on up to ten residents living in three separate homes, with accommodation for a live in Resident Coordinator to support residents.

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