Due to the current lockdown, Kelvin Valley and Falkirk LEADER (KVFL) and Crowdfund Scotland have moved their workshop events online, with the next free session taking place on Tuesday 9th June, 10am – 10:45am.
This is an introductory session aimed at anyone looking to find out more about crowdfunding as a method of fundraising, and the potential uses for local projects in Scotland.
The workshop will begin with a live, interactive webinar, hosted by a Crowdfund Scotland coach. Content will be relevant to the regional area, and participants will be able to ask questions via an online chat facility.
A link will then be issued to each participant to access a short online training course, in their own time, to learn more about how to run a successful crowdfunding project.
Topics covered will include:
- what is crowdfunding?
- introducing Crowdfund Scotland
- what are the benefits of crowdfunding?
- what makes a good crowdfunding project?
- three steps to success
- accessing advice and support
- extra funding opportunities
Please note that this session is accessible online only; webinar login details will be issued to all registered attendees 24 hours in advance of the event.
The session is open to everyone, whatever area they live or work in, though those in eligible LEADER areas may be entitled to free one on one coaching.
There is also a range of resources available on the Crowdfund Scotland website.
To book your place, or for further information, please visit the Eventbrite page.
Alternatively, if you’re unable to participate in this session, the team may still be able to support you; contact Kirsty, the Kelvin Valley and Falkirk coach, by email: Kirsty@crowdfunder.co.uk