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Sharnon has her Eyes on the World

  Sharnon Mentor-King is now ready to study and become a Lotsawa in Dharamsala, India. With help from 30 pledgers, she was able to raise $2000 to help pay for study fees through her Eyes of the World project. Once […]

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Oral History of Occupy Chch underway

Byron Clark wanted to raise $1200 so he could document the occupy movement that recently occurred in Christchurch. From October 15th 2011 until March 25th 2012, protesters camped out in a corner of Hagley Park as part of a global […]

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Road to Ruin – paved in pledges

Road to Ruin was Heather’s final project for her advanced Digital Film Making Diploma at Natcoll. She was so excited by the project, as it was a great way to try and put herself out there as a director and […]

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Lou’s Shoemaking classes a success

Lou’s is passionate about making her own shoes and her dream is to show others the art of shoemaking. With help from 47 pledgers, Lou raised $1792 so she can start teaching others the art of making shoes. This is […]

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Don’t be bored with your Boardgame

Shem Phillips is another example of how small New Zealand is. He ran a project through PledgeMe to fund his board game, Plethora. While the project was running I had a business meeting and they mentioned a co-worker named Shem. […]

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Transference – keep on fundin’

Brandon, Ponyboy to his friends, wanted some help to publish his novel, Transference. And, he got it! He raised over $5,000 through 74 of his friends, family and fans, and now he’s going to get his novel out to the […]

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Project Pink Ribbon Calendar = success!

The Pink Ribbon Calendar Girls project really touched the hearts of a lot of people. 114 pledgers gave over $10,000 to help get this project off the ground, and it became a bit of twitter phenomenon (especially in the final […]

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“Sausage sizzles are dead!”

Benjamin and the Free Store Container team crowdfunded over $5,000 to buy a container to house all of the surplus food items they’ve collected and want to give away. We were really impressed with his cause, especially seeing as he […]

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