We understand that Crowdfunding will be a new concept to applicants, so here are some things should think about before applying to the Project Re-Boot Activate programme. Make sure you have the following in place before applying:

    • Detailed content explaining who you are, why you’re crowdfunding and how you’ll spend the money.
    • Images throughout the project page
    • A short video (2-3 minutes long) to summarise your campaign
    • Tempting rewards targeted at a wide audience
    • An engaging page that is targeted towards the crowd


Sport NI Tips & Guidance

Sport NI Have produced a Programme Information & Guidance Note below to help with your application to Project Re-Boot: Activate. Click the image below or here to access.

Activate

This guide has a great overview of what Project Re-Boot: Activate is, how the funding works, eligibility and more.


 

CrowdFunder Tips & Guidance

For further guidance and information on Crowdfunding please click here or the image below:

Crowdfund Sport - Coaching Guide_01

This guide includes a range of resources and tips to help with crowdfunding including:

  • A variety of tips on:
  • Setting up your campaign;
  • images;
  • videos;
  • incentives (rewards) for backers;
  • And other useful links to resources to help with your campaign

There are also some further useful links that may help with your crowdfunding from Crowdfunder (the links below will take you to external websites and Sport NI is not responsible for content on those links):


Project Re-Boot: Activate Branding

Sport NI have also created a toolkit with logos and brand guidelines to help when you are creating content to support your Project Re-Boot: Activate campaign available below:

Download: Project Re-Boot: Activate 

Download


Crowdfunding examples

Below are two video case studies from sports clubs that have had success from crowdfunding:

Ballymacash Rangers Dungannon RFC


Contact Us

Have you got questions? You can get in touch via e-mail:  projectreboot@sportni.net