This was recently launched, and looks really useful for community and charity crowdfunders:
Many community energy groups are interested in developing their own wind turbines. This resource by the Centre for Sustainable Energy sets out how groups might identify suitable areas in their Neighbourhood Plans including the evidence needed to support such policies, suggestions on community involvement and possible policy wording.
The REconomy Project has put together this ‘Event-in-a-box’ guide to help community groups or social enterprise put on an event…
We’ve scoured the fundraising landscape in the UK to pull together 280 different grants, equity programmes and other platforms open to REconomy style social enterprises and community projects. Groups can access the database for free using the link below –
Sporting communities are the largest provider of detached youth work delivering in the Staffordshire area. We recruit locally from the communities we work in helping young people to turn their lives around. Please visit our web page and in particular our Facebook page for updates
Director of Social Change
Neighbourhood Planner shows the location of place where NPs have been accepted or are in development. The information on the map is ‘crowd-sourced’ and can be added to or updated by anyone. If you find your NP is not yet on the map, or information on it is out-of-date, or you are just starting discussions and want to let people know, simply register on the site to make your contribution.
“A community account is completely free.You can create a website for your community, plus list Jobs, Offers, Events and News.
To qualify as a community (verified by HugoFox) You must be one of the following: a not-for-profit organisation, a sports club, a society, or an association.”
Neighbourly.com is a social network which connects community and charity projects with companies that can help.
An innovative social inclusion project that enables some of the most marginalised people in society to tell their own stories. It brings the missing voices into the policy making process.
Have a look atmissingvoices.org.uk