Rocket Fund is a crowdfunding platform just for schools. Free to use and they have match funding for IT projects.
A free fundraising platform for schools (with match funding available for tech projects!) Join hundreds of schools who are using Rocket Fund to enhance their Science /Computing/ English / Maths/ Art lessons & more. Rocket Fund is a free crowdfunding platform for schools. So far we have helped 250 schools raise over £200,000.
Rocket Fund modernises school fundraising, empowering schools to raise money from businesses and their community more efficiently. We provide support through the whole process, from pitch creation, to fundraising, to sourcing the best suppliers for schools to buy from when they hit their target.
"An amazingly simple way to fund new equipment for schools." Ms. Brown, Ladysmith Infant and Nursery School
"I recommend Rocket Fund to anybody looking to bring a new dimension to fundraising in their school. Their support was invaluable and I can't believe how quickly we managed to reach our goal!" Ms. Williams, Cornist Park Primary School
"Fab idea that allowed us to get some much needed tech into school at no cost to ourselves. Had improved engagement and outcomes for children and also acted as a great way to engage parents in the campaign."-Ms. Stawman, Courtwood School
"Rocket Fund was a great experience from the very start for me and the children in the class. Staff at Rocket Fund were helpful and encouraging, offering advice and ideas to improve our application. It is something I would do again as we now have technology that otherwise we wouldn't have!"-Ms. Anderson, Dunblane Primary School
"The team at Rocket Fund are by your side throughout the process of application and fundraising. I felt very much supported by the ease and clarity with which my questions were answered and the great dashboard that is created to support your scheme. The spheros are such an important part of the coding experience but we would never have been able to buy any of our own without Rocket Fund. Great work, guys!"-Ms. Seddon, Prescot Primary School