It’s match-funding time

More match-funding up for grabs from Experian! Deadline 6th January 2014

It’s been almost a year since we launched our first match-funding scheme with Experian, the global information services company. Three funding rounds later, Mansfield town has a free public WiFi network, a new Puffin Festival has taken flight in the Northumberland town of Amble, and an abandoned school in Tottenham is being reborn as urban farmland.

The good news is that a fresh funding round just opened to fuel more lovely projects!

How to get the cash:

Up to £5,000 is available per project. To get in on the action, just visit ATCM’s page and click “Get match funding for your project from Experian”.

You just have to fill out a simple form to let Experian know that you’re interested. Make sure your project is raising funds (the more pledges the better) by the time you send off your form.

The deadline for the this funding round is 6th January 2014.

Most applicants do get match-funding, so don’t miss out!

Good luck!

By |2016-03-31T15:24:31+00:00January 2nd, 2014|Brands using Crowdfunding|

About the Author:

From teaching in the Tanzanian mountains to the digital universe of Spacehive, Aaron has stopped off in a few places along the way. After receiving an MA in Publishing from Oxford Brookes University, she worked for big internationals including Oxford University Press and the International Labour Organization, small but interesting types including Pambazuka Press and Internet Retailing Magazine before heading up the award-winning eSeller.net. Looking for her next big adventure she joined Spacehive as their Content Marketing Manager. Here she works the words whether describing the awesome potential of a civic crowdfunded future or outlining the many dazzling features of our grant-making software. She gets to meet the project creators and share their stories as well as working with our partners to ensure they have the material they need to make impact. Outside of work she mentors with The Girls’ Network, solves mysteries and once made jam from the blackberries in her garden of which she is inordinately proud.