On a calm early Saturday morning, with her tiny feet and red hair-locks under her cap, Mašenjka walked swiftly across St. Sofia square. And then down with a funicular to Podil. And then straight along Riviera to Kyiv Hub 4.0. More
Mašenjka was not alone. Little rasta-girl with blond dreadlocks from the Crowdfunding Academy was with her, and two nice and bright comrades from Spilnokosht platform and a cheerful
We want school-kids to grow trees and turn
We want anti-cafe in Slavyansk to have a wonderful yard and gather more young creative people, there is not much more to do there.
We want to build a wooden low-energy house, to show everybody how it goes, to employ construction workers and to make many more houses for internally displaced people who need a new home. We already have a land plot for that.
We want to make a documentary about Donbas through the eyes of a child and send an optimistic positive message to the world.
We have a great game for children to learn science,
We want kids with disabilities to play with other kids and we have a place for that.
We have a special learning and mentoring platform.
And we have
We want to build
We want to make fashion-patches for hipsters. We have the workshop and machines, and great designs.
We want to keep tradition and knowledge of old masters on producing traditional carpets with Ukrainian motives.
We want to start medical tourism and let people get health treatments while enjoying
We want to make
And we want to help young people to get jobs faster by using an app.
Mašenjka, can you help?
Mašenjka and her friends told them all they know about crowdfunding campaigns – how to plan it carefully, how to define
Author: Sandra Vlasic