The Crowdfund Liverpool programme continues to run during the crisis. The Mayor of Liverpool has put forward a fund of £100,000 for projects that boost the resilience of Liverpool’s communities and welcomes people to come forward with their ideas ahead of the deadline on 30 April.
People are pulling together to help each other in these uncertain times. Do you have an idea for a project that will help your community through the Covid-19 crisis and beyond? Whether it be by enhancing high streets, neighbourhoods, or parks; or supporting vulnerable people and bringing communities together virtually, you can make your idea a reality with Crowdfund Liverpool.
Crowdfunding offers a way to raise funds rapidly by connecting people with local causes. Anyone can back a campaign with as little as £2, and can do so safely online. In addition to funds raised, crowdfunding can raise awareness of your project locally which could help you mobilise volunteers and additional in-kind support. And, as part of its #LetsPullTogether initiative to support communities during the crisis, Spacehive is waiving its fees for all Crowdfund Liverpool projects.
To take part in the Spring funding round, you need to have created your project page and pitched to the Mayoral Inclusive Growth Fund on Spacehive by 30 April. Organisations running campaigns can pitch for up to £10,000 to help hit their targets.
If you’re still wondering exactly what crowdfunding is, find out via the Spacehive website.
Learn more about this opportunity and your eligibility for funding via the Mayoral Inclusive Growth Fund (crowdfunding).
If you have a project idea and want Spacehive to help you get it ready for crowdfunding, tell Spacehive about your idea.
Then when you’re ready, create your Crowdfund Liverpool campaign.
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