Nesta New Radicals collaborate to bring business success

Having been named as a New Radical by Nesta – the UK’s drivers of innovation and new thinking, helping to bring great ideas to market – Crowdfunder is extraordinarily proud to watch as another is benefiting from our bustling business and crowdfunding community.Mazí Mas is a social enterprise dedicated to supporting and employing migrant and refugee[…]

Coming soon: Made in Hackney

Coming soon to Crowdfunder is the really exciting Made in Hackney local food kitchen. This is a brilliant projects that allows members of the community to have access to healthy, affordable food. The project will be going live on Monday 3 Feb and we think will be a huge success. Read this blog with Sarah, project manager, to find out a little more about the project and what they have to offer the people of Hackney.

Delicious pumpkin recipe from Got Game

Tom Forster founder of Got Game foods tells us his delicious warm salad with spice-rubbed smoked venison & pumpkin recipe. What a treat for you all this Halloween! If you fancy more treats from Tom then pledge on his crowdfunding project and receive lots of game goodies.

The crowd help raise the dough for local bakery, The Bakehouse!

We love bread here at Crowdfunder HQ and have plenty of bread based successes under our belt. The latest to raise the dough is The Bakehouse based in West Yorkshire who managed to raise £2,025 to purchase a bicycle they could deliver their bread with.

Project of the week: Let’s get the Greater Manchester food revolution moving!

Crowdfunder HQ love this project and it’s great to see them doing so well. Manchester Veg People are non-profit distributing co-op. They are already supplying restaurants, cafes and canteens and now are looking to raise 16k for a van – which will get the food revolution moving!

Huge success: Business woman finds the funds to get Food in the Hood on the road

Annette came to us with her great mobile food van company after hearing about us via Enterprise Nation. Emily Smith managed to catch up with Annette and find out how it feels to have raised 3k, why she never went to a bank and whether crowdfunding is the one for her.