‘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. It 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.
In the second of our series of design workshops, young people led the way, supported by innovators, local leaders and funders, to design, refine and prototype 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.
TSIP are launching a pop-up Civic Innovation Hub in Hackney. In the first event, TSIP ran a workshop with young people and representatives from the public, private, and charitable sector to explore life in Hackney - looking at what causes young people to feel unwelcome and what really needs to change.
TSIP together with our partners are organising an event promoting lived experience in social sector leadership.
The initiative aims to understand and tackle the barriers that are preventing more people with direct experience of social issues from influencing and leading social change.
TSIP are arranging a workshop with young people and representatives from the public, private, and charitable sector to explore life in Hackney as well as the findings from our past research with young people - looking at what causes young people to feel safe/unsafe, welcome/unwelcome, and what really needs to change.
The team at TSIP are really pleased to see the GLA's announcement about its new Youth Fund