The FundRise Project is all about engaging local businesses and services in the community to tell others in their local township who they are, what they do and where they are.

It’s not just about the locals – we have to think about the tourists, visitors and new members arriving into our communities.  

We develop “Digital Community Hubs” to connect people to the things they want, need or are interested in hearing more about. 

Our Hubs advertise businesses, community organisations, events, services, local news and more.  Every time an organisation pins their business or service to our noticeboard it creates fundraising benefits for local NFPs to provide for people and communities in need.

The Hubs are web-based and will use computing skills such as MS Word , MS Paint, and MS Excel.  The platform we work on is template and requires data and images to be added.

What do our volunteers do ?
To populate our hubs we use Spreadsheets of Community listings.  These need to be verified, updated, added, contacted by phone and conversations had about connecting them to the local community noticeboard and hub elements.

We offer training online and use computer software like ZOOM in our teams and in our work scheduling.