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Crowd Match Fund: up to £100,000

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

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Crowd Match Fund

Crowdfunder can match up to £100,000 of your community share issue with funds from Big Society Capital

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 a £1million-pot of extra funding for things that people passionately care about.

Do you have a local enterprise or business near you that your community should own?

If you would like to start crowdfunding, you can take the first step by hitting the button below.

Start a new project

If you have already started a project, find out how to apply for this fund below.

How to apply

Projects that fit the bill

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Wigginton Village Shop Hertfordshire

To build a community run village shop on the sports field in Wigginton Village, run by the community for the benefit of the whole community.

Stretch target £179,000
  • 141 supporters
  • £140.8k raised
  • 15 days left
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Be a piece of the Puzzle! West Yorkshire

We are a community urgently raising £350,000 to save our iconic, quirky, 400 yr old, much-loved music pub in Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire

Successfully overfunded

  • 222 supporters
  • £270.6k raised
  • 64 days
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KomediaBath Somerset

Save Bath from boring! Become a co-owner of Komedia Bath and keep this important mid-scale venue running for many more years to come.

Successfully overfunded

  • 304 supporters
  • £379.2k raised
  • 68 days

Tell us about your share offer

Use the form below to tell us about your offer. We'll aim to contact you within 1 working day to arrange a time to chat further about whether your offer could be eligible.

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