Introducing the Mayor's Crowdfund London Programme 2017

Mar 16, 2017 · Now Taking Applications! Crowdfund London will next pledge towards active campaigns in Summer 2017.

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Crowdfund London gives you the opportunity to pitch your ideas, big and small, for projects which will make your local area even better.

Communities across London are coming together to imagine, fund and create local places that people love – from a community garden in the heart of the city, re-establishing a historic market or the creative use of forgotten spaces to ambitious plans to construct elevated parks and uncover forgotten lidos.

Now it’s your chance to play a part in transforming where you live. If you have an idea which will make your local area special, build on local character and bring people together then the Mayor of London could help you make it happen.

City Hall are looking for innovative ideas that benefit the whole neighbourhood and show community support through a vibrant crowdfunding campaign. The best could attract a pledge of up to £50,000 from the Mayor to help you hit your target and bring your idea to life.

Join us for a workshop near you and find out more:

-11 April - Matthews Yard, Croydon

-12 April - BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Brent

-13 April - Angel Community Centre, Enfield

-18 April - Stonegrove Community Trust, Barnet

-19 April - St. Laurence Centre Catford, Lewisham

-20 April - Hackney Empire, Hackney

-25 April - Chiswick Town Hall, Hounslow

-26 April - Old Kent Road Studios, Southwark

-27 April - Osmani Centre, Tower Hamlets

-2 May - The Centre Banqueting, Southall, Ealing

Learn more about Crowdfund London here and then get started by uploading your idea onto Spacehive here.

Find out more and sign up here.

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