About Crowdfund Wolves

About Crowdfund Wolves

#CrowdfundWolves

Created by City of Wolverhampton

Contact us service.development@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Do you love Wolverhampton? Are you proud of your city? We are looking for unusual, interesting and innovative ideas to make Wolverhampton even better - submit your project by 18th September to take part in our Autumn funding round. Crowdfund Wolves is a platform that connects people, communities and businesses to the financial and practical support they need to make their idea a reality. Anyone can back the great ideas on this site and play their part in bringing them to life. Have a look through the fantastic projects and see how you can help them come to life. Crowdfund Wolves wants to unearth the local talent, natural innovation and creativity of the people of Wolverhampton. Using Crowdfund Wolves we can all play our part to enhance the city for future generations, get the support we need and raise necessary funds that will bring ideas to life. Crowdfund Wolves is a partnership between City of Wolverhampton Council and Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council.

Our Journey

To deliver Christmas 2019 project started fundraising!3 days ago
No Limits To Health Cycle Tours started fundraising!1 week ago
New minibus for Uplands School started fundraising!1 week ago
BlokesGrieve2 started fundraising!2 weeks ago
To deliver Christmas 2019 project
To deliver Christmas 2019 project joined Crowdfund Wolves2 weeks ago

Our aim is to support organisations such as social services, special needs schools and schools within deprived areas, hospitals, hospices, domestic violence safe houses that house children and families. We help and support children to have essentials to be able to put a smile on their faces, support their learning and development with essential items that many of us take for granted Our Christmas appeal saw over 11,272 toys and gifts delivered and distributed across the West Midlands to families who were in need and whose children were going to go without a Christmas present. Throughout 2019 we've run projects to benefit children and families across Wolverhampton by working with a lot of the organisations we supported over Christmas, with different projects on a weekly basis. So far since January 2019 we have delivered toys, toiletries, books, colouring books, craft items, Easter eggs etc to over 60 different organisations, schools, churches, domestic violence safe house & hospitals.

Good Shepherd's New Homeless Centre started fundraising!3 weeks ago
Merryhill Scouting DIY SOS started fundraising!3 weeks ago
The Way to Give a Child a Chance
The Way to Give a Child a Chance joined Crowdfund Wolves3 weeks ago

Providing young people with the opportunities to try something new, at a level they feel comfortable and safe, is a key element to what we do at The Way. We broaden young people’s horizons and break down the barriers to participation. Every week we will offer scheduled “Try” sessions that throughout the year that do not require young people to have previous experience or skills. Quite the opposite, in fact. We actively encourage new participants. We want young people to gain life experiences and find activities that they like and enjoy. They may even uncover a skill they never knew they had. Examples of “Try” sessions: Sports: cricket, football, touch rugby, basketball, netball, racket sports, climbing, athletics and gym sessions. Art: pottery, Manga art, computer-based art, textiles, fashion design, drawing and painting – all in our recently refurbished and extended art room. Performing Arts: various genres of dance, learning to play musical instruments, drama, singing and karaoke.

Good Shepherd's New Homeless Centre
Good Shepherd's New Homeless Centre joined Crowdfund Wolves3 weeks ago

The Good Shepherd was established in 2003 by the Brothers of Saint John of God to address poverty, homelessness and inequality in Wolverhampton. We support people to obtain accommodation, move towards employment, access training or education and develop skills to build self-reliance. The new premises on Waterloo Road contains space for us to deliver all our existing services but at a much higher standard. We will establish a “one stop shop” that will include the food service, temporary overnight accommodation delivered by Enterprise Homes Group, clinical space, counselling rooms and a multi-agency hub. We're currently refurbishing the building and need to raise funds for the shower block and laundry facilities. We've already raised and invested over £165,000 into the new centre. The shower and laundry will be available for people in the night shelter or who are street homeless.