Crowdfundraiser.com Expands into NGO and Non-Profit Crowdfunding with Short-Term Price Discounts for Charity Groups

Crowdfundraiser.com gives NGOs and Non-Profits significant discounts from the company’s typical fee structure.

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Crowdfundraiser.com provides fundraising discounts for non-profits.

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) August 05, 2014

Crowdfundraiser (http://crowdfundraiser.com/), a provider of online funding resources for anything from a local project to a charity event, announces discounts for charity groups, non-profits and NGOs looking to fundraise through the company’s platform. Crowdfundraiser doesn’t charge any money up-front when individuals or groups post potential projects to the site, but the discounts are applied when the final capital amounts are raised from the crowd and the campaigner takes home the check.

“We wanted to incent non-profit crowdfunding on our site,” says Nate Nead, company President. “There is almost always a big gap in needed funding for non-profit groups. We would like to be a part of changing that by giving more incentives for non-profits who would like to use our system.” Company founders feel the organizations that will benefit most from the rise in crowdfunding will include some of the most prolific non-profit groups that need it most.

Non-profit organizations typically rely on the charitable donations of giving donors. Crowdfunding has helped to increase the frequency and ability for such groups to maximize donation power directly from larger groups. Crowdfundraiser.com simply provides the tools for starting your own crowdfunding campaign and then sharing it with a very broad audience, including through social media channels.

We found our greatest spikes in traffic have come from viral sharing through social media sites like Facebook & Twitter. However, we also recognize that while non-profit groups typically have some very worthwhile causes, it doesn’t mean people crowdfund for charity alone. In fact, crowdfunding for non-profits still requires giving donors something in return for their contribution to the campaign. “Most non-profit groups are used to this type of mentality, including bake sales, t-shirt sales and other swag, says Nead. “Our platform supports the ability to sell these different types of rewards,” he says. “We’re simply working to enable money raising for nearly any group, opportunity or project.”

About Crowdfundraiser.com

Crowdfundraiser.com is a new crowd fundraising platform for raising money for nearly anything. Based in Bellevue, Washington, Crowdfundraiser.com provides crowdfunding tools, allowing using to crowdsource funding for just about anything.


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