Win a free pass to the Run Walk Ride Fundraising Conference & a chance to reimagine an event with Fundly’s help
January 9, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Thon fundraisers often have a "love/hate" relationship with the online fundraising systems used by their participants.
The team at Fundly thinks it has "built a better mousetrap" – a crowdfunding platform to help participants successfully raise money from their extended networks. They want a shot at winning your business. To get your attention, they're running a contest to help make someone's online fundraising system wish come true.
Noted author, Bill McKibben promotes a new model for financing solar energy projects
SAN FRANCISCO, December 27, 2012 /3BL Media/ – RE-volv, a nonprofit organization promoting renewable energy, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance community-based solar energy projects through a self sustaining revolving fund. RE-volv’s crowdfunding campaign, hosted on Indiegogo and accessible at www.solarseedfund.org, launched Monday 12/10 and has already raised over half of its goal of $10,000.
Investors' Circle launches new opportunity of support
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Investors' Circle launched a brand-new crowdfunding opportunity to the 60 companies currently being reviewed for the IC Fall 2012 Venture Fair & Forum, Oct 24-25 in NYC. Over 225 impact companies applied to IC for funding as an investor network dedicated to supporting early-stage for-profit social and/or environmental entrepreneurs. 12 will be selected to present to 150 investors at the Venture Fair on Oct 24th and the others receive an invitation to showcase throughout the Forum on Oct 25th to 250 attendees.
(3BL Media) Middlebury, VT - August 22, 2012 - Three Revolutions, a Vermont-‐based crowdfunding platform for food related ventures, is helping The Hot Tamale Co. literally rise from ashes after a fire destroyed the Mexican restaurant. The authentic fare based in Johnson, Vermont relied on a combination of local Vermont goods and carefully sourced ingredients from Mexico to serve their to-go location and over 220 farmer’s markets across the northern part of the state each season.
There's no question social media has become the great equalizer of our time – amplifying the messages of individuals, small organizations, grassroots movements and activist minorities that otherwise may not have had a voice. Through social media, people have banded together to create calls to action, solve for tough social problems and help direct corporate philanthropy. Yet even in today's wired world, sometimes there is still no replacement for the power of advertising – crowdsourced, of course.