Our first-ever Catalyst Bootcamp took place in August - with the aim of inspiring young women to be confident and…Link
Better Bristol CrowdfundingBack to Projects
Crowdfunding a Better Bristol
In April 2017, Bristol Green Capital Partnership invited local groups and organisations to take part in the Better Bristol campaign, to receive free expert coaching and be in with the chance of receiving 50% of their crowdfunding target from BGCP. As a result of the Better Bristol campaign, our £45,000 match-fund catalysed an additional £64,000 from the crowd – helping to make 16 local projects into a reality!
Congratulations to all the projects who took part in the #BetterBristol campaign!
“Being part of Better Bristol has been such a positive experience for us. The funding we’ve received will give Redcatch Community Garden the kick-start it needs to really get our project off the ground. It’s also given us confidence that we have our community well and truly behind us.”
Tina Badley, Redcatch Community Garden
Scroll down to read more from the Better Bristol match-funded projects over the next year, and read our full evaluation of the campaign.
Better Bristol 2017 – How a mix of crowdfunding & match-funding can support investment in local projects
In April 2017, Bristol Green Capital Partnership invited the people of Bristol to join us in backing positive local projects that aim…Link
In April 2017, Bristol Green Capital Partnership invited local groups and organisations to take part in the Better Bristol campaign,…Link
Steve Mcnaught, Co-editor of Bristol publisher Arkbound launch, shares an update on the latest Boundless magazine that was supported through…Link
Catalyse Change, an innovative new project to encourage and enable young women to pursue careers in sustainability, has recently received…Link
We're pleased to announce the award of a £5,000 grant to Bristol Energy Network for their efforts to make Bristol a…Link