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Making holograms from iPhone footageBy Patrick Boyd May 2015
CommuniKateBy Joe Reddington January 2015
Rootless GardenBy Nadia Daghistani December 2014
The MessengerBy Benjamin Samuels September 2014
Uganda Spelling BeeBy Aaron Kirunda August 2014
MakerbleBy Matt Kepple April 2014
FLY: disable dancers projectBy Serenity Smith Forchion April 2014
In the SticksBy Olivia Woodward October 2013
Money No ObjectBy Heidi Hinder August 2013
Mazí MasBy Nikandre Kopcke April 2013
Made In Hackney - Local Food KitchenBy Sarah Bentley February 2013
new (L)eaf Path of natural knowledge. West DulwichBy Vinnie O'Connell January 2013
Slow Life ScanningBy ScanLAB:Matthew shaw & William Trossell January 2013
Khama Street Art CollaborationBy Elaine Burke November 2012
upReach – improving access to the professionsBy Henry Morris September 2012
The Liverpool Project;stopping bleeding in the strBy Charlotte Neary-Bremer May 2012
Year HereBy Jack Graham March 2012
Circle CyclesBy ildefonso2468 November 2011
The Lost SoundBy David Reeve July 2011
Vintage Horsebox conversion to mobile circus stageBy Bash Perrin June 2011
Rubies in the RubbleBy Jenny Dawson April 2011
People's KitchenBy Stephen Wilson & Louise Wilson January 2011
It's For Monsters!By Lucy Macnab November 2010
The Big Dipper projectBy Oscar Lhermitte May 2010
The London Chapter - We give £1000 awards every other month! From all the submissions we shortlist 3 - 5 projects and invite them to explain their project at a pitch night - these are usually held at Makerversity. Pitchers get 5 minutes to present and then field questions from the floor for another 10. Anyone is welcome to come and find out more. Follow @Awesome_London for updates and pitch night dates.
If you are thinking of applying, the previous winners are shown on the chapter page and give a good idea of what kind of projects are funded.
We like to fund interesting, innovative projects towards the beginning of their development, and it's a bonus if our £1000 will push them on to the next phase. Most projects to be funded also have a social bent or are not-for-profit, though anything can go!