Saturday, July 20, 2024


My Final Chance at My Olympic Dream – Ashley McKenzie

Ashley McKenzie born in Queen's Park, London and was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at an early age. Ashley...

Ring One : The most advanced Smart Ring for you

Our payments feature was live in 28 countries including UK, EU and India.During Covid, we understood the need of...

Make Silent & Confidential Calls Everywhere In Silence With Skyted

In the fast-paced world of modern workplaces, the hustle and bustle of crowded environments have become an inescapable reality...


Campaign Spotlight



Outta Puff Daddys – Mental Health Awareness

Hello, my name is Paul Jukes (crew name: JUKEBOX), and I am the Manager & Choreographer of an amateur, male-only, over 40's dance crew...

2023-24 Winter Homeless Support

Behind everyone person affected by homelessness is a human being like you and I. How would I like to be treated if I was the...

Westfield Warm Hub

We want to open up Westfield Community Centre in Yeovil to be a welcoming 'Warm Hub' over the next 6 months.  Westfield is a neighbourhood...

Make Your Crowdfunding A Success

Too often, crowdfunding campaigns launch without the details that bring an idea to life. Don’t make this mistake. Before you launch, think through how you’ll tell your story.
What makes your project important? What details are you most excited about?
What makes the idea uniquely yours?
As you work through your story, remember to consider your tone and target audience. This will come in handy when you’re reaching out to potential backers on email and social media, or talking to press.

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