Warm your heart, feed your bellyI love food – it’s no secret. While the promise of a hearty mouthful is enough to get my tummy rumbling, finding food that does the world some good is even better.Here’s five fabulous foodie treats for you this Friday afternoon. Bon appetit!SupertreatsMade with healthy natural ingredients, these little bars[…]
Shout out to the mavericksWe’re all a little bonkers, I think. This week we’re celebrating quirkiness and relishing originality. Let’s go forth and embrace our weirdness!Here’s five projects rocking the boat on Crowdfunder right now:#InvestInHappyThe stuff that makes us truly happy is often undervalued and ignored. This small (but mighty) charity are on a mission[…]
Hello 2017!Here at Crowdfunder HQ in Newquay, we’ve a spring in our step and the wind in our sails. The new year is positively brimming with opportunity.Let’s start 2017 off with five fantastic projects that connect us all, live and funding on Crowdfunder right now. Real Junk Food ManchesterFeeding bellies, not bins. Manchester’s first pay-as-you-feel cafe,[…]
Standing up for what matters2016 – you’ve been weird. For me, if there’s one really great thing to come from the last twelve months, it the light that shines through in darker times.Here’s five inspirational projects live on Crowdfunder right now, taking a stand and striving for a better tomorrow.Fur for AnimalsAfter winning the fight[…]
Inspiring tomorrow’s innovatorsA wise man once said, “We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.” That was 76 years ago, but feels particularly relevant today.Here’s five fantastic projects for the next generation of movers and shakers. DePaul Street Art ProjectStreet art collective Psychodoodlz are giving homeless[…]
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[…]
Who run the world?This Friday the ladies at Crowdfunder HQ have hand-picked their five favourite projects.Keep reading for a sprinkle of sherbet, a stitch of sisterhood and a smattering of soul. Shall we? Eva LazarusBig afro, big voice and big beats is what this songstress is all about.£4,022 (57%) raised from 183 backers Tinker GinBritish made, Spanish style gin[…]
What if you’ve already successfully raised funds for your film via crowdfunding, but need to go another round? Proceed with caution.Running a second crowdfunding project for the same film can be very tricky, particularly if you’ve not yet delivered on the rewards from the first round. In most cases, your inner circle will have already[…]
A break from the bargains The biggest shopping day of the year is upon us. Before you lose your head, our adventure-loving, eco-warrior crowdfunders are here with the perfect tonic.After all, there’s more to life than getting 50% off an electric shaver set.Tencel for People TreeThe original creators of ethical and sustainable fashion were never ones[…]
What a week it has been! We can’t think of a better time to take a step back and look at some feel-good crowdfunders, each doing their own little bit of good in the world.
Our Jess Ratty sat down with What A Melon’s Olly Bolton earlier today to discuss his huge success in VOOM 2016 and how he crowdfunded alongside his pitch.
This week we had the pleasure of welcoming Otter Farm’s Mark Diacono to a live hangout, who joined Si Walker to talk through and share his Crowdfunding experience.
Mark Diacono crowdfunded over £60,000 in what became a high profile fundraise to build a creative hub for Otter Farm up and scale his social enterprise, and now he’s sharing his secrets.
The clocks changing, nights drawing in and a chill in the air have us getting ready for winter. Good thing our crowdfunders have got you covered, with everything you need to keep you going through those cold winter nights.
Body parts made of chocolate, horror films, and scary nights alone in the woods can only mean one thing… Halloween is on its way.