Crowdfunder's mission is to tackle society's challenges through great ideas.
Our team is dedicated to helping communities to work together and turn them into reality.
Now we're building a centre in Scotland and we're looking for people to join us that share our vision.
So do you want to help us Crowdfund Scotland? Get in touch.
(L-R - Crowdfunder's Su Johnston, Rachel Sedman of Kelvin Valley & Falkirk LEADER, Anne-Michelle Ketteridge, Forth Valley & Lomond LEADER)
“We are delighted to be launching Crowdfund Scotland with LEADER in Scotland,” said Rob Love, Chief Executive, Crowdfunder. “Crowdfunder’s mission is to tackle society’s challenges by making ideas happen. We look forward to helping some Scottish ideas that might just change the world.”
With the support of nine Scottish LEADER areas, Crowdfunder, has announced a partnership to help crowdfunding projects across Scotland turn their most innovative ideas into reality.
Crowdfunding is a way of raising money from the crowd around you. You ask the crowd to support your idea with pledges of money in return for rewards. Projects are also connected with funding partners, including more than 25 local authorities, Santander, Virgin and M&S, who offer them grants and further support.
FVL LAG is the lead LAG on this two year Crowdfund Scotland programme which will provide coaching and support for projects in nine participating LEADER areas: Forth Valley and Lomond, Fife, Scottish Borders, Rural Perth and Kinross, Tyne Esk, West Lothian, Kelvin Valley and Falkirk, Greater Renfrewshire and Inverclyde and Lanarkshire.
The programme is looking to immediately recruit four full time coaches and one part time coach who will work remotely into a central hub in Stirling.
The coaches will be trained by Crowdfunder’s team of expert coaches and deliver a mix of local workshops and expert one to one coaching in the nine areas.
A crowdfunding portal, Crowdfund Scotland, will also launch on the Crowdfunder platform, featuring crowdfunding LEADER projects and providing information about funding, workshops and support.
Crowdfund Scotland will launch early in 2019, although the coaching programme will start sooner in November 2018. If your group or business would like to be considered for the coaching programme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.