Your chance to part-own a Scottish Whisky Distillery!
Community shares are an effective way for groups to raise money for projects that benefit a particular community – be that a local community raising money to buy the last pub in their area, or a magazine’s supporters from around the world looking to enable it to thrive in a digital age.
And now Crowdfunder is making it even easier run a project, offering over £1million of extra match funding for things that people care passionately about.
Community shares are an increasingly popular way to secure the long-term future of community businesses, enabling money to be raised from the people who it matters most to – the right kind of money from the right kind of people.
Thousands of people have already invested in community shares to support pubs and piers, shops and solar energy, football clubs and farms, whisky distilleries and woodlands. The list of sectors is growing all the time.
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.
John McKenzie, Director of GlenWyvis
Crowdfunder is absolutely the place to go if you're looking to do a community project.
Match funding for crowdfunded investments made by individuals into Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) eligible charities and social enterprises.
Up to £6,000 of extra funding for community groups based in England planning to set up a community business such as a pub, shop, leisure centres.
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.