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New Crowdfunding funds launch

HCF is delighted to announce that a further two Innovation Funds are launching for Hertfordshire areas.

In addition to the Hertfordshire County Council's Community Innovation Fund, which provides support of up to £5,000 per project to support groups working with adults, two new Hertfordshire funds are now available on the Hertfordshire Crowdfunding platform.

Hertsmere Borough Council's Innovation Fund
Up to £5,000 available to groups in the Potters Bar parish area and in the Bushey parish area supporting all age groups in the local community to address need and deprivation. Funding can be used to support a wide range of projects including those which create a lasting capital community asset. For more details of the fund available, or to register your interest in running an East Herts Crowdfunder please CLICK HERE.

Free training session:
An interactive session to introduce Crowdfund Hertsmere, including how to crowdfund successfully, and funds available in Hertsmere will take place on Friday, 25 September 2020, 10:30 - 12:00. To book you place CLICK HERE

East Hertfordshire Borough Council's Fund
This fund aims to support community organisations with up to £2,000 to deliver projects that create stronger and more connected communities and which lead to improved health and wellbeing of residents living in East Hertfordshire. For more details of the fund available, or to register your interest in running an East Herts Crowdfunder please CLICK HERE.

Free training session:
A live and interactive session to introduce Crowdfund East Herts, including how to crowdfund successfully, and funds available in the area will take place on Thursday, 17 September 2020, 14.00 - 15.30. To book your place CLICK HERE

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