Communities are doing amazing things on Crowdfunder

The Crowd £1million
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Over £7m invested in community businesses in the past two years
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10,000 people now own and support enterprises in their area
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The average investment into community share projects is £655

Extra funding for your community project

Communities are stronger when they own the things that matter most to them. 

Community shares are an effective way for communities to raise money for projects that benefit the residents that live in them.

And now Crowdfunder is making it even easier run a project, offering over £1million of extra funding for things that people care passionately about.

They are an increasingly popular way to secure the long-term future of community enterprises, meaning the control stays in the hands of the people that care most about them.

Thousands have already used community shares to support pubs, shops, football clubs, heritage buildings, community energy schemes, farms, woodlands and organisations that take centre stage in the heart of community.

So if you’re interested in setting up a project for something near you, get in touch and our experts will help you on your way.

Crowdfunder is absolutely the place to go if you're looking to do a community project.

John McKenzie,  Owner of GlenWyvis

Latest community enterprises

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Save the Queens Head Tebworth Bedfordshire

To buy The Queen's Head and create a thriving pub and garden that offers great food, drink, entertainment, and is the hub of our community

 
  • 32 supporters
  • £20.1k raised
  • 11 days left
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Unlocking The Warehouse West Midlands

Help us transform our former Victorian warehouse into a super energy efficient and accessible community building.

 
  • 19 supporters
  • £63.3k raised
  • 34 days left

Up to £100,000 of funding available

Up to £100,000 of £1,000,000 fund

Match funding for crowdfunded investments made by individuals into Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) eligible charities and social enterprises.

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Do you have or are you setting up a local enterprise or business near you that your community should own? Tell us a little more here and one of our experts will help you get started.

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