Spacehive and Mayor of London - RSA

Mayor of London's new #CrowdfundingLDN campaign is looking for YOU


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  • Crowdfunding

Do you have an idea for a project that will improve your local area or community? The Mayor of London have launched their latest Crowdfund London round and the deadline for projects to get involved is now less than 1 month away!

There is a fund of £1 million allocated for projects in this round, which pledges of up to £50k per project available. We're eager to support as many projects from our Fellowship as possible to take part.

To get involved, you must start your crowdfunding campaign on Spacehive. Start by going straight to to the Spacehive website and create your project page. By creating a project page you’ll be able to get advice and support to help shape your campaign. You won’t need to finalise things straight away: creating a page means we know that you are interested and can help.

There is an Ideas Workshops on Monday 13th August to help you refine your idea and prepare your campaign. They are designed to get into the detail of your project planning and unlocking ways to ensure that your idea has the best chance of becoming a reality.Sign up to the session here.

If you have any other questions about Crowdfunding, email [email protected] 

We look forward to hearing from you!

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