Posted by Megan
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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Posted by Anna
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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Posted by Anna
“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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Posted by Anna
Green Roadie on the go!

Photo courtesy of the Nelson Mail It’s official. Emma and Connor’s movie on sustainable living in New Zealand has been FUNDED! Our Green Roadie met their goal over the weekend, and Emma’s already been in touch with some feedback about […]

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Posted by Anna
Dark Cloud: White Light interview

Joe is crowdfunding the costs to make his 3D amazeball new media art exhibition showcasing the inspiring landscapes of New Zealand. All he needs is a little help to cover fuel costs (of both the human and car kind). We […]

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Posted by Anna
A Man Runs Into A Woman competition

A Man Runs Into A Woman was the first book crowdfunded through PledgeMe, and we’re pretty proud of it. Not only was it the first publishing project, but it also held the title for the quickest funded project – reaching […]

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Fuyuko’s Fables are a’mixing

Fuyuko’s Fables funded their album a few weeks back. We asked Jeremy about their experience, and this is what he came back with: What did you like about pledgeme? Everyone was very helpful with setting up the project and tips. […]

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Posted by Anna
Need to Know Music Video released

K-Lab received NZ on Air funding to produce his music video – but he still needed $2,000 to make it happen. So, he went to his crowd of supporters with some pretty awesome rewards and got crowfunding. Our favourite reward […]

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