THE PROJECT We are fundraising to purchase a 24 hour accessible defibrillator for Westmuir Village and the associated rural community.
Learn more about how crowdfunding works
Crowdfund Angus is an essential tool in enabling individuals, businesses, and communities to create, establish and grow projects and services that make a real difference to local people's lives.
If your crowdfunding project is will deliver better services in Angus – whether through reducing child poverty, improving mental health and wellbeing or improving accessibility and connectivity – you could be eligible for a grant from Angus Council.
Show your idea has the support of the community through crowdfunding and your project could get extra funding on top of what your raise from the crowd.
To apply, choose the fund you want to unlock below. You'll access the application once you've started crowdfunding.
Start your journey today and play your part in something very exciting in Angus.
"Angus is a great place to live, work and visit – thanks to our strong local communities. We want to use crowdfunding as an innovative way of distributing council grant funds to projects that are making a difference locally. What are you waiting for? Start crowdfunding and apply for extra funding today!"Shelley Hague, Business Manager (Funding, Policy & Projects), Angus Council
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Start crowdfunding. Once you're up and running, shout about it from the rooftops
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£58,000 – Angus Council Community Grant Scheme
Angus Council is providing match funding to not-for-profit organisations, constituted groups and charities whose projects benefit the people of Angus.
£1.5m – Angus LEADER Programme
Through LEADER, a European funding programme, approximately £1.5 million is available to rural businesses, individuals and organisations in Angus that are improving community capacity, connectivity, and developing local facilities to build a strong local economy.
£117,600 – European Maritime and Fisheries Fund
Through the North East Scotland Fisheries Local Action Group (NESFLAG) £117,600 is available to support fisheries projects located within Montrose or Arbroath focused on development or diversification.
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