Victim Support: Hubbub’s first major charity customer


Hubbub has 2 key areas of growth over the next 2 years: US higher education and UK charity / not-for-profit sector. The great news is that we can now welcome our first UK charity to the Hubbub network: Victim Support will be launching their own Hubbub Pro-Site this month. This is an incredibly exciting turning point for us – we’ll … Continue reading

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How would you explain Parkinson’s disease to a 5 year old?


We’re delighted to be able to support and empower a diverse range of educational projects on Hubbub. One of our founders, Jonathan May, has written a brief post about a project run by his mother. The project is to create a series of books to help explain Parkinson’s disease to young children; Jonathan’s mother Dawn was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease … Continue reading

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There’s no getting anything past you, is there? Well, we’re not done yet. We’re psyched that our Crowdcube campaign is going so well but there is plenty more we can do with additional investment. £250,000 is the minimum we needed to grow in 2 critical areas over the next 2 years: Support the increasing number of university customers in the … Continue reading

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“So if I invest in Hubbub, I get 30% back as tax relief?! For real?!”


Stranger than fiction, but it’s true! The government has a rather marvellous scheme to support fab start-ups like us called EIS. What does that mean for you? As an example, say you invest £1000, then you get £300 back. It’s a simple process and goes a little something like this: You invest in Hubbub at We send you an … Continue reading

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Karate Champion gets a grip on crowdfunding


Caroline Mortimer – Evening Standard – Wed 27 August 2014 A young karate champion has turned to crowdfunding to represent England at the next world championships, saying the London 2012 legacy has failed to reach fringe sports. Carla Burkitt, 24, below, set up a page on crowdfunding network Hubbub to pay for her journey to Germany for the karate championships in … Continue reading

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How can Development help students crowdfund their activities?


  By Brett de Gaynesford, Deputy Development Director, Somerville College, Oxford The student leadership of The Somerville Choir came to the Development Office last January for help. They had ambitious plans underway for a summer Choir Tour to the US and needed to raise £20,000 to fund it. One major challenge was that the funds were required urgently, as travel costs … Continue reading

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O2 Launches social action crowdfunding platform


O2 has launched the first social action crowdfunding platform to support young people in raising extra funds for their Think Big community projects across the UK. The unique resource, developed by educational crowdfunding site for O2 allows the young project leaders to invite extra funds to continue and support their social action projects, whether it is making a big … Continue reading

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Top 10 reasons why you should invest in Hubbub


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Crowdfunding the Crowdfunders – this is how we do it!


In case you haven’t realised, Hubbub is crowdfunding. This blog sees the launch of our 3 week campaign to crowdfund our own investment. Hubbub builds fundraising communities. We connect projects to people and empower organisations to develop and strengthen the relationships they have within their communities and supporters. Our core product is a crowdfunding platform that can be branded and … Continue reading

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Code Club Commissions The ‘Crowd’ To Contribute To Coding Classes For Children


We are delighted to announce that we are supporting Code Club, a nationwide network of free volunteer-led after-school coding clubs for 9-11 year olds, in their mission to put a club in every one of the 21,000 primary schools in the UK. We believe strongly in Code Club’s vision, so much so that we have donated a crowdfunding platform to them. We … Continue reading

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