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Thursday 7th May – 2pm (40mins)
Crowdfunding is such an important way of raising funds for projects by raising small contributions from a large number of people.Community projects need this now more than ever. It can also inspire your community during this pandemic.
Note: This webinar was originally run in 3 months ago (Feb20) but has been revamped with new Covid-19 pandemic examples.
We will look at: Different models; inc pros and cons, great examples, top tips to sucess, which platform is right for you; inc costs.
Interested? Register for this free Crowdfunding webinar in <1min here.
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We have dedicated Facebook groups for 1) housing staff 2) tenants 3) those interested in digital commmunications
- why not join our online networks to get new ideas and share best practice.
Go to TPAS Cymru's Facebook page and click on 'Groups' to view the options
If you've ideas on what the Welsh housing sector should be tackling and making Welsh housing engagment better, why not get in touch with TPAS Cymru to discuss how you can work with us to make a difference. There are many ways across Wales your voice and experience can help at this time.
David Rhys Wilton
David helps tenants and landlords engage in new more accessible and cost-effective ways.
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