Crowdfunder – Support with Extra Funding for Projects

Crowdfunding is a different way to raise money for good ideas.

If you need to raise funds for a particular project, Crowdfunder have a pot of +Extra funding from a selection of national and regional partners which, depending on what your project is doing, may be available to help you raise more funds.

Their +Extra funding website page explains how it works and takes you through 5 easy to follow steps, starting with adding your project.

You can take a look at their national and regional funds to see if any would apply to your project.

Extra Funding FAQ’s

Is my project eligible for extra funding?

You could be eligible for more money on top of what you raise from the crowd, depending on what you’re doing or where you’re doing it. Each fund has varying and specific criteria, so explore the different funds available further up this page to see if your project fits the bill.

Do I have to crowdfund to get Extra funding?

In one simple word – yes. Accessing extra funding through Crowdfunder is slightly different (and often easier) than the traditional grant giving process, and there is a huge range of benefits that crowdfunding provides to take your project to the next level, such as idea validation and awareness of your project.

Nectar Donate

Crowdfunder and Nectar have launched a new way of charitable giving which enables 18 million Nectar members to donate their Nectar points to hundreds of UK charities and local good causes.

Whether you are a local or national charity, you could be eligible to receive an extra boost of funding. Find out more, set-up your charity profile and start collecting donations, run fundraisers and create Prize Draws here.

The National Emergencies Trust Funding


The National Emergencies Trust has £747K in match-funding available. This is money still unspent through the Local Action Fund. Up to £10K match-funding linked to crowd funding to launch new initiatives or continue existing services.

For more information visit the National Emergencies Trust website.

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