Cricket clubs are turning to Crowdfunder during the pandemic, working with their communities on a range of fundraising campaigns to generate essential revenue and meaningful fan engagement.
Our platform is totally free to use, meaning clubs keep every penny towards their cause. There are no hidden charges.
We also have a pot of £1 million in extra funding from Sport England to pledge up to £10,000 on grassroots crowdfunding campaigns during the pandemic.
When you create your project you will automatically be matched to our partners if you're eligible.
Get in touch for a chat with our dedicated sports team if you want to find out more.
0% fees, no hidden costs
We have waived all our fees, meaning you keep every penny you raise
Our dedicated sports team will sit down with you to shape your campaign
We have almost £2 million for grassroots sports clubs affected by Covid-19
Crowdfunding and extra funding for rugby
First off, give your campaign a clear name to capture attention
Tell your supporters what you're planning to do on your page
Can you offer any 'rewards' for fans and sponsors?
Next add your payment details so that you can receive the money
Now spread the word. Rally your local area behind your project
We're all in this together so share Crowdfunder with other people
COVID19 has created an uncertain landscape and led to a loss in income of nearly £20,000 for Tetbury Cricket Club, let's try and replace it
We aim to redevelop our ageing facilities and encourage more people in our community to play cricket and become more physically active.
Our income from all sources has declined due to Covid 19. We want to raise £10,000 to help us survive and also attract new members.
Having come through the largest flood in 13 years as well as a global COVID-19 pandemic, Worksop Cricket Club needs your support to continue
Raising funds towards purchase of a mobile net for the club to replace the existing scaffold nets
Raise funds for the development of the cricket club whilst bringing some fun to local children and residents at the end of a difficult year
Net Reburbishment, accessible Social Space, Ladies changing facilities, Junior training equipment.
To improve our pavilion facilities to ensure they are accessible for winter sports and available for a broader range of community activity.
To build for the future after coronavirus. Recouping losses & growing to provide better facilities and more opportunities for cricket.
Due to Covid-19 we have been unable to hold any fundraising events as we seek to restart the season and develop the club.
With the suspension of cricket due to the COVID-19 pandemic Farnsfield CC needs vital funds to ensure the financial security of the Club
Raise 20k to help fund the new nets we desperately require for next season.
Maintaining the ground and facilities to a good standard absorbs significant outlay and we are crowdfunding to help with these costs
To help ensure the Club can overcome the Covid19 crisis and continue to provide cricket for men, women and children across the City.
Chilwell Cricket Club (Nottinghamshire) want to refurbish the old nets at Chilwell School for the use of the Club, school, and community.
Raise £20k to cover lost Covid income and kick off the club’s project to secure a second pitch so the club can offer more to the community
To raise £20K to cover income lost due to COVID-19 and to help kick-start the build on our community orientated pavilion extension
Your support will secure the financial survival of a friendly community club, and help us invest in future improvements.
Whilst Heyford CC continues to thrive, 2020 has thrown up challenges. This funding will help our journey and growth in 2020 and beyond.
We desperately need new facilities for the use of the communities sports and activities and to upgrade our disabled facilities.
To raise £20,000 for the structural repair and roof replacement of our scorebox, and repair of surfaces and netting in our practice net area
Newquay CC needs donations to make up the lost revenue from being unable to collect match fees and membership because of the pandemic.