Members debated and approved a £5,000 distribution to MyCool Class, to help with the growing pains of recruiting new teachers and students to the world's first international platform learning workers' co-op.
Members voted £7,000 towards startup costs for Selgars Mill in Devon - the first residential events and organising space for co-ops in the UK since the Co-operative College sold Stanford Hall more than twenty years ago.
Solidfund members supported and helped organise Cooperation Jackson's UK speaking tour in the spring, and voted money towards startup costs for a new All-Ireland solidarity economy network.
Solidfund members voted to make a £2,500 contribution to Birmingham Warehouse Café, which re-opened as a worker co-op in February.
Members voted to support Sailboat Projectand its new venture, Sail Cargo South East (SCSE), with £1,000 towards the cost of developing a strategic brand identity.
North Liverpool residents are opening a new launderette in the Everton-Anfield area. It's a worker-community coop, so its members will be both employees and service users.
Members agreed to budget up to £2,000 worth of bursary tickets and travel costs for low-income worker cooperators wanting to attend the Open:2018 two-day event.
SolidFund has voted to donate £3,750 to Creative Workers Co-operative (CWC)to help with the purchase of video production equipment.
By a unanimous vote on Loomio, SolidFund members approved a grant to support this year's successful CoTech retreat.
Solidfund members have agreed funding for up to £6,600 to find the next generation of worker co-op development advisers.
Fund members voted to pledge £1,000 to a coop buyout crowdfunding by the employees of Natural Food Store in Diss, Norfolk, UK.
In 2016, SolidFund members agreed to underwrite a programme of events to inspire and educate young people and freelancers about organising in coops.