By Michael DeLong
Pooling many—often small—donations from a group of individual givers is not a new approach to fundraising. Yet in the past few years, targeted, time-based online campaigns have taken off, breathing new life into this established model.
If you're curious about crowdfunding, join us on August 15 at 11 a.m. Pacific time for an online event. We'll hear from Rob Wu, founder of CauseVox, a platform helping nonprofits crowdsource funding online; Carter Gibson, founder of Little Big Fund, a nonprofit connecting donors to other nonprofits; and Bill Cesare, COO of Teespring, a company that allows you to crowdfund apparel.
Our speakers will share what nonprofits need to know about crowdfunding—what works, and what doesn't—and answer all your questions.
Register now to join us for this event!
Michael DeLong | Online Community Manager
See examples of TechSoup crowd funded Teespring campaigns below:
And details regarding the Teespring donation program can be found here:
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