Through the CIC, facilitation and activity days will be provided to service users via direct budgets or funding from grant-making bodies, where meaningful and structured educational, horticultural and craft activities will be carried out and supported through a constituted social enterprise called Grow Outside C.I.C (Community Interest Company).

The CIC's customers will include local authorities, health care providers and the broader community generally. Development of the project through early stages will allow us to gather evidence and case study information on the health and wellbeing benefits provided by access to the outdoor spaces and opportunities to engage in a social and educational environment. Volunteers are sought for both parts of the project.