Mansfield Icecream is growing…..

… and we need your help with our Pozible campaign.

Last year I left my long-term career in an effort to keep my sanity.  I’d always made icecream for special occasions and when I saw a reasonably cheap commercial icecream maker soon after resigning, I thought it would be good therapy to spend a few hours a week making something that always put a smile on family and friend’s faces – a nice, simple kind of self-prescribed therapy.

What I didn’t anticipate was the reaction that followed…

I was overwhelmed with the amount of people who wanted my icecream!  I started to do more events and markets, deliveries to locals, then extended my deliveries to Melbourne.

What started as a pocket-money project has grown to the point where we need to develop our kitchen in order to be able to keep up with demand.  The building (a site office) has been purchased and sited, now it needs to be fitted out, plumbed in, licensed and commissioned!  This all has to be achieved by next summer.

In order to do this we’ve set up an online Pozible campaign.  We would love for you to support our business – and in return you can choose a reward.  Which includes icecream.  Of course.

pozible funding for mansfield icecream

How does a Pozible campaign work?

Pozible is an Australian born, global crowdfunding platform.  It is a gateway for discovering and supporting inspirational projects and thinkers directly. By becoming actively involved in bringing more attention to bold new ideas, art, products and the talented people who conceive them, project supporters become a vital part of a true creative community.

Mansfield Icecream needs $7000 to fully fit out and develop the production kitchen.  There’s a site-office all ready and waiting that has been electrically wired and has power available.

The funds raised will pay for benches, storage, plumbing, and council fees.  Any funds raised over the $7,000 target will go towards:

  1. purchasing a larger capacity icecream maker with an integrated pasteuriser; and then,
  2. fitting out a purpose-built vehicle for delivery and sales.

Please help support our business

If we didn’t answer all of your questions, feel free to drop us a line anytime.