Updates are also a brilliant way to show newcomers that you’re active and engaged. This is important as we know that belief in the project owner is strongly linked to belief in the project itself.
In our experience, social media is a key way to get your project noticed by those around you. It’s a heavy-weight crowdfunding tool that can hugely impact your project’s success, if you use it well.
Before getting stuck into writing the story for your project page, it’s a good idea to spend a little planning and making notes about what you want to include.
Crowdfunding is all about connecting with people. As it takes place online, it can be easy to forget that behind each pledge is a real person.
Funds will be used to sow hundreds of thousands of native Scottish wildflower seeds and more.
The Aviva funding is being used to grow and develop the seagrass nursery, running trials to refine the team’s approach to seagrass conservation.
Once complete, the straw build centre is expected to be enjoyed by around 4,000 people a year.
The Final Straw Foundation helps educate and inspire our next generation of climate champions through their network of Youth Eco Clubs.
[email protected] raised £5,000 to develop machines that will recycle ocean plastic picked up from local beaches and give it a second life.
Pollenize raised over £8,000 to fund their artificial intelligence beehive project!