Community Shares

Grow and build your social enterprise

Community Share Offer

Do you need funding to get a social enterprise or project off the ground ? Are you looking to help grow and expand your CIC or Charity? 

The Fundsurfer Community Share offer allows you to bring your supporters and the 'crowd' to your project to help you raise the funding you need. 

What are Community Shares?

The term 'community shares' refers to withdrawable share capital; a form of share capital unique to co-operative and community benefit society legislation. This type of share capital can only be issued by co-operative societies, community benefit societies and charitable community benefit societies.

Using community share opens up a lot of new possibilities - reviving local shops and pubs, funding renewable energy schemes, transforming community facilities, supporting local food growing, funding new football clubs, restoring heritage buildings, and above all, building stronger, more vibrant, and independent communities.

Definition from http://communityshares.org.uk/find-out-more/what-are-community-shares

Why choose Fundsurfer?

We have helped hundreds of clients with fundraising across crowdfunding, debt and equity investment. 

-We have built a world-class network of social investors, supporters and impact funds. 

-We will provide you with access to a licensed community share practitioner who can help you create your community share offer document.

-Proven track record in fundraising for community groups, charities, social enterprises and non-profits. 

-Go live with your story and share offer on the Fundsurfer platform 

-Access to investment readiness grants to cover the cost of Community Share Practioner

Next steps

If you have any questions or would like to get started with your own community share offer send a brief overview of your project to info@fundsurfer.com and we will get in touch.

 

All Community Members should note that because fundsurfer.com does not facilitate any offers regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, that it is not regulated or authorised by that body. Community Members will not have recourse to the protections offered by the Financial Ombudsman Service or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

The fact that an offer is listed on the site does not mean that fundsurfer.com is endorsing or recommend it. It is for Community Members to assess whether they have enough information to make a judgment on the offer. If you are unsure about whether a particular offer on this website is right for you, you may wish to seek advice from a financial adviser.

Also please review Fundsurfers terms and conditions of use