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Fundit gets to the art of the matter

More than €350,000 in pledges to the arts has been made through Fundit, Ireland's first 'crowdfunding' network. Fundit, which allows people to fund artistic projects, has resulted in more than 122

6th November, 2011
Singer Julie Feeney performs at the Business To Arts Awards at Dublin Castle. Photo: Chris Bellew

More than €350,000 in pledges to the arts has been made through Fundit, Ireland's first 'crowdfunding' network.

Fundit, which allows people to fund artistic projects, has resulted in more than 122 projects receiving funding. Some 73 per cent of projects engaged with Fundit have met their target since the network was set up seven months ago.

"In terms of philanthropy, it's more of an exchange, but there is a form of patronage about it," said Stuart McLaughlin,...

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