Harrie Lambert
Harrie Lambert campaign leader

Can you help us with our Crowd Funding fundraiser?

Hello everyone!

We have recently launched our first Crowd Funding fundraiser on 'Go Get Funding' (http://gogetfunding.com/project/hs4b-cic).

We are trying to raise £150,000 to re-launch the organisation. From our past experience during the 'test trading' phase, the only thing that stopped us from what we aimed for was the finance to set things up properly. As we have set up the necessary work behind the scenes, it is now time to start the fundraising to get this organisation off of the ground.

The funding we require has been worked out to cover us for the 1st year and includes the following:
- Wages for 6 x core staff
- Premises (Fundraising Shop / Recycling Centre)
- Utilities
- Delivery Van
- Insurance's, Licences and Policies
- Stationary & Sundries
- Advertising & Marketing
- Shop Signage
- Capital Costs / Buffer

Our belief is that with the right funding and support, we can seriously make a difference to the immediate community. With the right funding and support, not only will we be able to setup a new fundraising shop, but it can reach a certain point where it is self sustaining. The existence of the fundraising shop and recycling centre will be able to generate sustainable voluntary and employment opportunities.

The core service of HS4B CIC is to still help individuals in financial hardship, but due to our previous experience, the lack of funding is the only thing that stops us. We estimate that for us to be in a self-sustaining position, it will take us between 2 to 3 years. After which, we will then be able to support clients and individuals with the services that they require.

View our Crowd Funding page on 'Go Get Funding' | http://gogetfunding.com/project/hs4b-cic

If you can help us in anyway, either by supporting our cause financially, or by even sharing this blog post, it will be seriously appreciated. Don't forget to connect with our Facebook page and Twitter if you haven't done so already!

Many Thanks!
Harrie Lambert
HS4B CIC Director

Website: http://hs4b.org
Email: [email protected]

Twitter: http://twitter.com/HS4BCIC
Facebook: http://facebook.com/HS4BCIC

to comment