As the nation comes together to celebrate a century of women voting for the kind of world that they want to live in, we can’t help but look around and feel immensely proud here at Crowdfunder.co.uk to have such an incredible community of entrepreneurial women who are actioning their ideas and inspiring others along the[…]
We believe that communities should feel confident and empowered to make their ideas happen, and Crowdfunder.co.uk is the place to be to turn your community’s biggest dreams into reality. Ideas have this incredibly unique potential to bring about a new way of seeing or doing things, and when these ideas come into fruition, they can[…]
Crowdfunder.co.uk collaborates with match funding partners to transform the face of grant distribution throughout the UK. We know that our partners are always on the lookout for community-benefiting projects to support, meaning that charities, social enterprises and CICs are in a perfect position to receive additional funds alongside money raised from the Crowd. Whilst they[…]
Blue Monday becomes a hot topic of conversation every January, with statistics suggesting that it’s expected to be the most depressing day of the year, and sure, it’s easy to see how the bleakness of this grey Monday might be contributing to the mid-winter slump. However, there’s a bigger message at play and Anita Sethi highlights[…]
Public access defibrillators are becoming increasingly common, but it is crucial that we aim towards making them readily available in every community throughout the UK in order to save more lives. By providing a high energy electric shock to the heart through the chest wall, a defibrillator can save the life of someone who is[…]
Project Focus: Bridport Mind FestWith approximately 1 in 4 people experiencing mental health problems each year in the UK*, the importance of starting conversations and raising awareness surrounding the spectrum of mental health is as important as ever. Bridport Mind Fest intended to do just this, crowdfunding to launch their first festival to celebrate the[…]
Stop Funding Hate are back for their second Crowdfunder project of 2017 – and they’ve already got the support of over 800 individuals in less than 24 hours, all with the simple encouragement to choose compassion over hate. This movement is on a mission to tackle hate and discrimination in the media by persuading brands[…]
This community bakery looked to the crowd to raise the dough that they needed to kit out their new premises.£23,445 • 273 Supporters • 14 DaysWith deep roots laid in their local area, Stoneham Bakehouse CIC acquired new premises after two years of using generously donated oven space across the community. After realising the benefits of baking when[…]
At the heart of every Crowdfunder project is a unique idea with the extraordinary potential to change lives and with the awareness around health and well-being significantly increasing, it’s no surprise that our crowd is coming together to help one another. At Crowdfunder, we are proud to support projects that promote health and well-being to[…]
Today we are giving away £1,000 to two inspiring charity and community groups. Want to win? Check out the competition page to enter.Winners will need to be raising money on Crowdfunder in February to receive the £1,000 pledge from 123 Reg. And hey, even if you don’t win you can still crowdfund to make your[…]
Ocean City Powerchair Football Club raised £5,000 with Crowdfunder. Read our interview with Head Coach Helen Phelps-Starbuck about their inspiring project.
In September 2015, community group DD8 Music decided to crowdfund a statue of AC/DC legend Bon Scott for their home town of Kirriemuir, Angus. People were quick to get behind the idea. Kirriemuir already has a few things honouring Bon in the town, including Bon Scott Place, and an annual music festival, Bonfest, but looked to add the statue to their repertoire.
Following the tragic loss of their son Jimmy Mizen, Margaret and Barry Mizen were determined to make a positive change to society, opening Café of Good Hope. After the café suffered during floods, the team looked to crowdfunding to repair the damage.
A former lawn tennis courts in the heart of Plymouth fell into disuse. It was earmarked for development but Collings Park Trust and the local community wanted to turn it into a community garden instead.
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