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Banca Etica Will Co-Fund Crowdfunding Campaigns to Support Arts and Culture Projects

Banca Etica launched a Call for projects, with the aim of co-funding crowdfunding campaigns in the arts sectors. On the one hand, Impact+ 2022 proposes concrete action to foster economic recovery and employment recovery through projects, events, art, and cultural creations, targeting a sector plagued like few others by the Covid19 pandemic.

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The Banca Etica Group has launched the Impatto+ 2022 Call for Projects aimed at supporting and creating and disseminating artistic-cultural products and services capable of promoting the human, social and civil rights of all people.

Initiatives selected to obtain funding made available by the call will be able to conduct fundraising through crowdfunding on the Produzioni dal Basso platform, hosted exclusively in the Banca Etica Network. Campaigns that have reached at least 75 percent of the set fundraising target within the stipulated period will enjoy Etica Sgr’s grant for the remaining 25 percent through the Crowdfunding Fund.

In addition to this, the call contemplates an extraordinary premium of 5 percent calculated on the initially planned budget for projects that will have already fully covered their budget without the need for contributions.

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Who the call for applications is aimed at and how to apply

Application registration, open from September 5th, 2022, will end at 12 noon on October 26th and is done online by filling out a form and submitting the required documentation. The call for applications rules, available on the Productions from Below website, reminds that crowdfunding campaign projects will be considered for:

Visual arts (e.g., photographic exhibitions, paintings, and sculptures); Dramatic arts (theatrical performances, short films, documentaries, films); Festivals; Cultural events; Written production of books, comics, guides, periodicals, magazines, publications; Initiatives to launch physical or virtual spaces for the development of cultural activities consistent with the theme of human rights, in their target territory.

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In order to be selected and thus have the right to develop for 60 days (from December 1st, 2022, to January 31st, 2023) their own fundraising campaign (making use of targeted accompaniment carried out by professionals to carry it out in the best possible way), in addition to the requirements indicated in the regulations, there are many aspects that will be considered as rewarding elements by the jury: the innovativeness of the proposal, the ability to involve the local community in the development of the initiative, the degree of preparation of the campaign project to the launch of the collection on Produzioni dal Basso.

Alongside culture wounded in pandemic and for forgotten rights

The occasion is therefore relevant for several reasons. On the one hand, Impact+ 2022 proposes concrete action to foster economic recovery and employment recovery through projects, events, art, and cultural creations, targeting a sector plagued like few others by the Covid19 pandemic. On the other hand, as a purpose and direct consequence of the guaranteed financial collection for so many realities operating in an averagely under-privatized sphere, the call becomes a concrete tool for the expansion of civil and social rights and their respect.

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Daphne Freeman has worked in the crowdfunding and impact investing industry for the past few years, gaining experience in marketing, and connecting businesses and entrepreneurs in need with the right investors. As a seasoned grant writer as well as financial market journalist, she is passionate about making a social impact in the world. A free spirit, Daphne also enjoys writing and exploring topics of interest, currently CBD, health and beauty, and social media influencers.