Through our Accountable is a service for groups can easily receive and pay out money; taking joint control over their finances. Offered by the Social Change Nest CIC, who specialises in supporting people-powered networks.
Check out our Gitbook to learn all about Accountable. Open Collective also has a comprehensive Gitbook here.
What can a Collective do?
- Receive donations or grants from individuals, organisations or businesses
- Set recurring donations, such as monthly membership charges
- Reimburse your volunteers. Pay invoices for services
- Request money from another Collective
What does The Social Change Nest provide?
The Social Change Nest specialises in creating and supporting people-powered networks and social movements. After years of supporting and incubating grassroots groups, we know how important it is to have a collaborative and transparent way to manage funds.
By selecting us as your fiscal host, you’ll be able to tap into a number of our resources and become a part of a wider network of groups and individuals doing incredible work! We have a dedicated team who are here to provide support to you 7 days a week, so you can always give us a ring or email us.
🏦 We also provide a grant management service. This means you can apply for formal grants using us as a Host. We usually charge 7% on the incoming grant. Please get in touch if you're looking to apply for funding.
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Become a financial contributor.
Accountable is hosting the following events.
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News from Accountable
Updates on our activities and progress.
Pitch Perfect Round 4 - Update!
🌎Climate Grants Conversation🌎
Accountable Presents - Pitch Perfect Round 4 ⭐
Let’s get the discussion going! This is a space for the community to converse, ask questions, say thank you, and get things done together.
Question about the criteria to join The Social Change Nest
Published on September 10, 2020 by Tracey Shipman
HiI am working with a group of individuals in Nosara, Costa Rica to initiate a collective that is focused on community gardens, educations for the community on growing their own food, and creating a regenerative system that is not dependent...
Transparent and open finances.