Crowd2Fund is accredited by the UK Crowdfunding Association

The UK Crowdfunding Association, was formed in 2012 by fourteen crowdfunding businesses. They all seek to further the power of crowdfunding to make a difference. The members of UKCFA all have to stand by the code of practices;  For more details on the code of practice, visit http://www.ukcfa.org.uk/code-of-practice

Crowd2Fund is accredited by the UK Crowdfunding Association

5th August 2014

20th May 2014


The UK Crowdfunding Association, was formed in 2012 by fourteen crowdfunding businesses. They all seek to further the power of crowdfunding to make a difference. The members of UKCFA all have to stand by the code of practices;  For more details on the code of practice, visit http://www.ukcfa.org.uk/code-of-practice


Some of UKCFA aims include:


1)     Promoting crowdfunding as a valuable and viable way for UK businesses, projects or ventures to raise funds.


2)     To be the voice of all crowdfunding businesses in the UK  (donations, loans and equity) to the public, press and policymakers.


3)     To publish a code of practice that is adopted by UK crowdfunding businesses.


 

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