Over the last few years, towns across the UK have experienced dwindling Christmas budgets due to cuts in government funding. However, we’ve worked with hundreds of communities to help raise the funds that they need to keep the lights on at Christmas time.By connecting individuals, communities, charities and businesses, we really can make it a[…]
This year our resident Queen of Crowdfunder, Jess Ratty, was chosen to appear at TEDx Bristol to speak about her passion for all things crowdfunding, and her great expectations for the future.Jess spoke to a crowd of 2,000 people, focussing on the alternative finance industry and the progress being made by crowdfunding projects, and we can’t think of[…]
“At Crowdfunder we’re so proud the innovative and inspiring projects who, through the support of the crowd, are working tirelessly to make their great ideas a reality.We’re constantly in awe of what these projects have achieved through our platform, and because of this, we want to celebrate our ‘Best of 2015’, a collection of projects who[…]
When budget cuts threatened Moseley’s Christmas lights, the community looked to crowdfunding to help. Budget cuts meant that Birmingham City Council can no longer fund Christmas lights in Moseley. Extra resources are available for certain areas that have large land and property owners who can become a large sponsor, of places that fall within the Business[…]
Moseley in Lights formed as a volunteer group through Moseley Forum in 2013 to help fundraise and organise the Christmas Lights switch on event in Moseley.
Among the noise that can be Christmas, there comes a man & a poet Lemn Sissay, who quietens the noise and reminds them there is more to this annual holiday.