Light installations in Southall, digital art for Hackney youngsters and creating Camden’s answer to the New York Highline public park are among 25 community-led projects the Mayor of London has pledged to support through his Crowdfund London initiative.
Sadiq pledged up to £40,000 to each of the projects, which have been selected from nearly 80 ideas from community groups who want to regenerate their local areas, at a live ‘pitch and pledge’ event at City Hall last week. Discover all the projects that received a pledge from the Mayor here and add your support.
Along with pledging, you can also offer skills, time, resources or mentoring to help groups deliver their project should their campaign be successful. Get in touch if you’d like to become an advocate for the Crowdfund London programme and/or the projects, to help them promote their campaigns or spread the word about the initiative to encourage more Londoners to come forward with ideas in the future.
Interested in submitting a project in the future? Visit our website to see what we’re looking to support and download resources to start planning your project with your local community today.
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