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Projects come in all shapes and sizes. From books to performance art, from lemonade to cake, even candles and cheese, we have lots of examples of success. Just take a look at some of these projects. Look here...
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Linlithgow Film Theatre - Dereliction to Delight
by Felicity Harrison
Our project aims to turn the derelict Linlithgow Victoria Hall into a thriving community asset: t...
Road Safety Show 2014
by Caroline D
This is much more than a fun day out for 2500 school children in and around Tunbridge Wells. The ...
Give Agritourism a Voice!
by Caroline Millar
Go Rural represent the Agritourism Sector in Scotland and we wish to raise £16,000 to contr...
Urban Limits Tour of Berkshire - Cycling Safety
by Safer Roads Berkshire
Last year’s cycling road safety event was tremendously successful. This year, we’re d...
Tunbridge Wells is Traffic Aware - road safety booklets
by Caroline D
Help us pass on essential road safety education.
Moving On End of Year Experience!
by Lindsay Douglas
Moving On is a college course for young people experiencing difficult transitions and they are tr...
Commonwealth Pole Vaulter Hits the States
by Courtney Macguire in Loughborough,
I am a Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games potential athlete, looking to raise funds to compete in Ar...
Lemonade Summerhouse on wheels!
by Claire Rennie in Fraserburgh, United Kingdom
We want to construct a summerhouse on the back of a van so that we can take our new range of natu...
Save The Guid Cheese Shop in St Andrews
by Caroline and Alex Nite in Tayport, United Kingdom
Raising funds to save the specialist cheesemonger Guid Cheese Shop in St Andrews.
Help us revolutionise travel publishing
by Owen O'Leary in Glasgow, United Kingdom
Like a friend in a foreign city. Based around interviews with locals & beautifully designed, ...
Funded projects All funded projects »
Cardonald College end-of-year fashion show
by Cardonald College Glasgow in Glasgow, United Kingdom
Support the School of Fashion, Textiles and Jewellery's end-of-year catwalk show!
New short film - He brought me flowers
by christina littleson in Paisley, United Kingdom
We would like to do the best job we can on this film as it's based on a poem written by a survivo...
The Whirligro vertical food planter
by Iain Findlay in GlasgowCarluke, United Kingdom
The smarter way to grow your garden - an innovative and unique product for enthusiastic gardeners...
by John Stuart in Glasgow, United Kingdom
Help us do Scotland proud at the biggest Arts festival in the world. Dirty Water is a light-heart...
Keeping Fashion in Scotland - Printed Textiles
by Dead Sleekit in Glasgow, United Kingdom
We are a creative textile duo and our aim is to produce illustrative designs on garments such as ...
You Must Love Working Here: The Exhibition
by Jessica McDermott in Glasgow, United Kingdom
A photographic exhibition of people who work in comedy clubs who are not comedians as part of the...
Welsh Wallace Art - Sculpting Through Touch
by Welsh Wallace in Wales, United Kingdom
To set up my business & create claywork sculptures through touch alone, as I lost my sight a ...
Big up our Bling
by Mhairi Mackenzie in Glasgow, United Kingdom
We want to make all our own products here in Scotland and need our own laser cutting machine to m...
What Happened to Daddy's Body?
by Elke Barber in Gorebridge, United Kingdom
A fully illustrated children's book explaining what happens after death in words very young child...
Feeding Dahab's Dogs
by Hannah Stansfield in Lincoln, United Kingdom
Emergency funding for Janet's Wadi - urgent help needed to feed 250+ dogs in Egypt
Anna's Book of Boredom
by Anna Veitch in Glasgow, United Kingdom
Being bored sucks. My product will solve that problem, but I need £100 to help get me start...