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Hubbub is the leading crowdfunding provider for the education and nonprofit sectors, helping organisations deliver mass engagement, participation and fundraising campaigns through mobile, web and social media.

Here are a handful of the the universities and organisations with their own branded Hubbub crowdfunding services. See how they’re driving new revenue streams, strengthening their community connections and developing entrepreneurial and leadership skills amongst their students.

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University of York grew their donor numbers by 33%

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As 2015 winners of the Times Higher Education Award (THELMA) for Development and Alumni Relations, the University of York has pioneered the use of technology to rapidly grow donor numbers and help diverse projects find success.

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As well as being a great way to involve friends and family in funding innovative ideas, YuStart gives students valuable skills in project management, budgeting and marketing which are much sought after by employers

— Susie Braithwaithe, Deputy Director of Development and Alumni Relations

Somerville College, University of Oxford, is using crowdfunding to enhance their annual and major giving programs.

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In the past two academic years, Somerville College’s crowdfunding program has worked alongside a multi-channel calendar of Annual Fund activities (including online and social media pushes). This has worked to increase their participation rate from 16% – 20%. Also, student and young alumni participation has increased x5.

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Crowdfunding has become a part of our new multi-channelled Annual Fund program, aimed at engaging with younger alumni and parents… “ helping increase alumni participation overall.

– Brett de Gaynesford, Deputy Director of Development at Somerville College, University of Oxford