‘Putting the pieces together: A practical guide to matched crowdfunding’ is aimed at funders that are interested in funding projects with the ‘crowd’ by awarding grants to projects that are crowdfunding. The report offers an overview of what matched crowdfunding is, who’s involved and different approaches along with insights and advice from experienced match funders, grantees and crowdfunding platforms. Click here to open the report.
In the second of our series of citizen-led design workshops in Hackney, in early June young people, supported by innovators, local leaders and funders, set about designing, refining and prototyping applied solutions to issues they had identified in the local area.
TSIP are delighted that their founder, Stephen Bediako, will be one of four judges on the judging panel at this year’s Guildhall Creative Entrepreneurs awards ceremony.
Last week TSIP hosted a workshop in collaboration with Hackney Quest, HCVS, Shoreditch Trust and Young Hackney. The event, which was sponsored by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, is the first of a series of events which TSIP is planning in Hackney over the next few months in order to build a community of local people who want to work with us to set up London's first ever Civic Innovation Hub.
The Social Innovation Partnership (TSIP) and UnLtd- the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs are looking to engage commissioners and social purpose organisations in Birmingham and Bristol in a Big Lottery funded project promoting lived experience in social sector leadership.
A new leadership initiative in the UK is underway after receiving a grant from Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.