Posted by Anna
Graph Genie shows final countdown

You know how we always say that the majority of pledges come in the final 48 hours? Well – one of our projects made this graph to prove it: Water Genie was a bit of an underdog for us. They […]

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Posted by Anna
2 Girls 1 Conference

Leilani Kake and Ema Tavola were on a mission. They wanted to get to Canada to make sure Pacific Arts and South Auckland were visible, present + accounted for at the Pacific Arts Association Symposium in August 2013. They had […]

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#stoptheGCSBbill

This campaign could have gone shockingly. I mean, the turn around time was tight, we didn’t feel like we knew enough about the ramifications of the bill, and we were ramping up into Social Enterprise week, talks, we were one […]

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Lucky 13

13 projects hit their funding goal in the last week. A sign that 13 isn’t so unlucky? We think so. Here’s a few of the successfully funded projects, bring us up to a grand total of 359 projects funded through […]

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Posted by Sam
Crowdfunding 101 in a Hot Rod

This success story had a sweet ride on the crowdfunding circuit… Hot Rod Revue definitely has the lowdown on New Zealand’s hot rod culture – the online magazine’s fabulous team crowdfunded over $7160 (over their $6000 target!) to make their […]

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NWZ: A New Take on the News

Extra, extra, read all about it! Here’s a PledgeMe success for all you news buffs out there. NWZ.co.nz is a brand new, independently run, almost-fledged website run by students and recent graduates that are keen to take the NZ journalism […]

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A Crowdfunding Odyssey

It might be heading towards winter (especially in wet rainy Wellington), but at least there is some light at the end of the tunnel. This summer, the Northland Youth Theatre got funding to perform Homer’s classical poem, The Odyssey. The […]

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Taste of the Great Outdoors

The team behind the Bring Andy (Food Forest) to Auckland project secured enough support to get University of Otago food forest expert Andy Cambeis to take a look at the viability of starting a forest eco-system on Waiheke. Imaging taking a […]

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Born This Way, Baby.

Youth-operated APAC or Adam Performing Arts Company reached its $500 funding target, getting its theatrical dance performance, YOÜ, to the Auckland Fringe Festival 2013. The show follows the life of pop icon Lady Gaga; using an upbeat and party-inspired environment […]

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