Crowdfunding Campaign To Build a Pumptrack in Fischbachau Raises €15,000
The local council has made the construction of the pump track in the district of Lehenpoint subject to the condition that the initiators contribute the additional portion of €33,000 even in the context of a Crowdfunding action. The group around Fabienne Nadjar, who is now 13 years old and has already collected several hundred signatures for the project twice, did not take long to respond.
For the planned Pumptrack in Fischbachau, the initiators are collecting donations via crowdfunding with the support of Raiffeisenbank im Oberland.
Although the donation account has not even been activated yet, Derya Nadjar can already measure the support for the Pumptrack in Fischbachau in numbers.
The crowdfunding already raised €15,000
If one takes all support offers together, which received the project initiators since the announcement of the Crowdfunding action, one comes to approximately €15,000, reported Nadjar on demand.
Especially after the article in the local newspaper about the positive decision in the municipal council meeting in December, they received a lot of encouragement. “Many wanted to know where they could donate,” Nadjar said.
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Initiators of the crowdfunding are to make €33,000 own contribution
As reported, the Fischbachauer local council has made the construction of the pump track in the district of Lehenpoint subject to the condition that the initiators contribute the additional portion of €33,000 even in the context of a Crowdfunding action.
The group around Fabienne Nadjar, who is now 13 years old and has already collected several hundred signatures for the project twice, did not take long to respond.
The many positive responses in recent weeks showed Fabienne’s mother Derya Nadjar that commitment is rewarded
Whether athletes, companies, or quite normal private individuals: Many have already pledged their support – and promised to continue promoting it in their respective networks.
Nadjar and her fellow campaigners have had hoodies and headbands printed with the project logo they designed themselves so that the donors can show their enthusiasm for the Pumptrack to the outside world. They also want to distribute flyers.
The idea of committed people is unstoppable
For Derya Nadjar, who by her own admission is not that into cycling, the success of the Pumptrack would above all be an important signal to her daughter and to all other young people: It pays to stand up for your goals.
So she had once told Fabienne to write a letter to the municipality and collect signatures. But she didn’t think that this would turn into a real movement. And even less that it could not be stopped even by all the delays because of Corona and the Ukraine crisis.
Now Fabienne would be even more unstoppable, her mother is convinced, adding with a smile: “She’s ironclad.”
(Featured image by Matheus Alfaya via Unsplash)
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