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Crowdfunder gives you the tools, knowledge and support to make your crowdfunding journey a success

    

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The crowd, coaching and extra funding can all come together to make your idea happen. 

The crowd

Your supporters and our community of crowdfunders work alongside each other to turn your idea into reality. 

Extra funding  

We look after over £4m of extra funding from our partners, a mix of public and private sector organisations, charities and funding bodies. We put this extra funding into your projects.   

Expertise and coaching  

Crowdfunder is packed full of comprehensive guides and know-how, written by our expert crowdfunding coaches to help you hit your target.

Is Crowdfunder right for me?

I want to get an idea off the ground but I don't have any funds

Ideas come in all shapes and sizes. You've done the hard bit by coming up with yours but now you need to make it happen - and that's where crowdfunding with rewards comes in. It will give you the opportunity to test your idea, grow a new audience and say a huge thank you to the people that support you with money of their own, helping you to hit your funding target.

We need a lot of money to do something in our community

Community shares are a way to raise a lot of money to own something that matters in your community. They’re usually about more than just profit and work best for people who want to get involved and support a cause or a project they really care about. It will generally have a positive social impact for the community it serves such as a pub, local shop or housing project.

Crowdfunder FAQs

1. Is my project suitable for Crowdfunder?

For projects that matter, Crowdfunder is the best place to get funded. What we mean by this is the projects that benefit the wider community or environment rather than an individual, who could be raising money for a personal or charitable cause.

2. Will Crowdfunder work for my idea?

If you have a good idea that you know people will get behind, then we think Crowdfunder might be a great match for you. You need to set a realistic target and have a Crowd of people to connect with to get the ball rolling.

3. Can my organisation crowdfund?

For projects that matter, Crowdfunder is the best place to get funded. What we mean by this is the projects that benefit the wider community or environment rather than an individual, who could be raising money for a personal or charitable cause. We charge a 3% fee for rewards projects and 0% for personal fundraising.

4. How much can I raise with Crowdfunder?

While there is no limit to the amount you can raise, we recommend crowdfunding for a realistic target that will enable you to make your idea happen. The amount you can raise will also come down to how big your current Crowd is and how popular your idea is with new supporters.

5. What are the fees to use Crowdfunder? 

Crowdfunder does not charge a fee for individuals with personal or charitable fundraising causes and there is a 3% fee for full projects using rewards. 

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  • 1920 supporters
  • £100.3k raised
  • 48 days
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  • £62.6k raised
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