Using Crowdfunding to start a new charity

If you're part of a brand new charity or organisation, we know it can be tricky to get off the ground without having the cash to back you up. Create a Crowdfunding Page to start making an immediate impact.

You can run a Crowdfunding page for up to one year, and can withdraw the funds you've raised after 2 weeks. In the meantime, download and complete a ChA1 form from HMRC’s website, and send this back to them.

Want the funds you raise to be sent to a charity/organisation bank account?

We run an ID check on the individual responsible for setting up the page. This means the person setting up the page should enter their own bank details with all the personal details belonging to them. The bank account should be a current account, as we are unable to pay into business, savings, ISAs or building society accounts.

Need more help? We've created a short guide helping new charities to get started.

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