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Hatchfund - Great Art Forms Here - Artist Fundraising & Advocacy. Online Fundraising Website to Raise Money Online for a Cause | Fundraise online for Charity on Crowdrise. It will take anywhere from 3 seconds to 1 minute for your pic to upload, depending on how big it is. You're going to see this message every time you post a new pic.

So, we're making the text really long so that it'll take you at least five picture uploads to read it all. Here's what we're thinking...While your first picture is uploading think about someone you want to kiss. When you upload your second pic think about one friend who you can beat in a race. On your third photo upload think about your favorite food that begins with the letter H.

While your fourth picture is uploading think about how great it would be if you were a world class breakdancer. While your fifth picture is uploading try to think of the best candy to eat if you were a mime spending a month in New Zealand. Crowdfunding: Equity Crowdfunding. About Us. Startup Investing Made Simple - RockThePost. Three Revolutions. Rippple: Home.

White Label Crowdfunding Platforms | Crowdfunding Software. GreenUnite | Crowdfunding and education for a more sustainable world. Home. Peerbackers | crowdfunding big ideas. Welcome. Raise Money for YOU! How to raise money on your donation website! Make money with apps | App Wholesale Marketplace for App Developers | appbackr.

Fundhaus: Discover Kickstarter projects you'd never see otherwise. Channel surf the most creative corner of the web. Welcome to CrowdMecca | Social CrowdFunding Community. - Group Fund Anything | Crowd-funding Site Offers Open Alternative to Kickstarter. Crowd-funding website Crowdtilt officially launched on Friday, expanding upon the collective fundraising model pioneered by Kickstarter to enable raising money for any project -- even a beer blitz. Like Kickstarter, Crowdtilt allows users to create a fundraising campaign with a tipping point. If the effort falls short of the set amount, would-be donors are not charged.

However, unlike Kickstarter, the platform allows users to "group fund anything. " Users can initiate campaigns without first getting the approval of service administrators, which they must do on Kickstarter. The site initially launched in Austin and Dallas, Texas, in private beta several months ago. Initially, Beshara intended the site to help charities raise money, which Kickstarter prohibits. One couple paid for their wedding using the crowd-funding service. "We've taken our favorite elements from various crowd-funding platforms, and provided them for groups of friends," Beshara said. IndieGoGo. Kickstarter. Quirky | social product development.

United States Artists - Invest in America's Artists - Art and Society. New Crowd-Funding Site Raises More Than $1 Million For The Arts. Ed Ruscha summed up the the experience of the artist bluntly when he said “Most artists are doing basically the same thing — staying off the streets.” Art isn’t something that’s easily quantifiable; something that’s worth nothing today could be worth millions 2o years from now and vice versa. That brings up the question “How do we fund the arts?” When it comes to things like art, the free market is notoriously short-sighted and cynical while institutions like universities and museums can be insular and conservative.

Enter USA Projects, a new crowd-funding site that hopes to combine the best of the two models and keep artists in their studios instead of begging for spare change on the subway. Wait, you say, isn’t there already Kickstarter? Co.Design explains the difference: For one, it’s a non-profit, so every last penny goes to the artists; Kickstarter, for its part, takes a 5% cut. Basically, it’s a bit of both worlds.

Still, it strikes a nice balance between the two approaches. Lucky Ant - Welcome to Lucky Ant! FunderThunder | Home.