More United is a movement using people-power to influence our politics. They’ll use crowdfunding to support candidates and MPs who stand by pre-defined values, regardless of what party they are from, and help them get elected.To launch More United, the organisation have started a project on Crowdfunder. In just 48hours, their project had raised over[…]
Somerford Youth Club in Dorset raised £2,000 on Crowdfunder. Read our interview with project coordinator Jae Harris about their inspiring project. This project is part of the #CrowdfundDorset campaign.
Sustainable Schools Advisor and Project Facilitator Rosamonde Birch talks about how the project ‘Ernesettle Discover Shack’ raised extra funds for an outdoor innovation for children’s learning.
Help The Hawks raised £3K on Crowdfunder. Read our interview with Help the Hawks spokeswoman Morwenna Dobson about their inspiring project.
Read how the people of Ernesettle raised £10K for a a community hub for residents with green fingers, that produces fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers.
Freedom Bakery is a social enterprise based at HMP Low Moss where they teach artisan bakery, giving prisoners have a higher chance of employment post-release. The project raised a huge £16,595 from 269 backers to open a second bakery.
TOTSUP raised £6,162 in 29 days to help fund the TOTSUP Big Red Bus reward chart and iOS app. Read our interview with Founder and Creator Sally Marks to find out more about their crowdfunding journey.
Jacqui and Bertie met through their shared passion of yoga. The pair realised they could join forces with their individual skills and combined yoga practise of over 20 years, to create a truly specialist yoga studio in the capital.
The Great British Asparagus Feast crowdfunded £7,120 for a party to promote this years asparagus season campaign. Read our interview Pam Lloyd, Director of The Great British Asparagus Feast, to find out more about their crowdfunding journey.
Spike Island Cafe has reached it’s Crowdfunder target and is now pushing ahead with renovating the unique community eatery in Bristol, which prides itself on serving local, organic, sustainable, ethical and delicious foods.
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.
Music journalist Flora Blathwayt and D.J Josh Beauchamp wanted to create a brand new festival in the Somerset woodlands, eventually crowdfunding over £40,000.
TruVision allows the user to virtually experience a new structure, environment or building by letting them grasp a sense of scale in a way which a traditional blueprint simply can’t.
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.