15 Tools To Raise Your Project Funds

Thinking of start-up a project but lack of capital? There are a number of online tools that that allow entrepreneurs to start a fundraisers for their business or project.

This week, we’re going to showcase 15 tools that create your own personalized fundraising pages related to the campaign/project. Details next!

  1. ChipIn

    ChipIn’s mission is to make it easy to collect money. They enable users to organize group payments and fundraisers (“ChipIns”) in a quick, easy, and secure way. They also make it simple for organizers to publicize their ChipIns, by providing powerful fundraising widgets that can be embedded in social media.


  2. GlobalGiving

    GlobalGiving enables you to fund the underdog. They give access to new sources of funds to creative ideas and projects that might never be funded through traditional structures and development and philanthropy approaches.


  3. ProFounder

    ProFounder was created to ensure all entrepreneurs have access to the resources they need through the engagement of robust, supportive communities.


  4. GrowVC

    Grow Venture Community is the first global crowdfunding platform for seed funding startups.


  5. Kiva

    Kiva empowers individuals to lend to an entrepreneur across the globe. By combining microfinance with the internet, Kiva is creating a global community of people connected through lending.


  6. Invested.in

    Invested.in is an interactive platform enabling users to leverage their social capital to raise financial capital. In simpler words, it is a platform built to help anyone raise money for anything, utilizing their existing social network presence.


  7. IndieGoGo

    IndieGoGo offers anyone with an idea – creative, cause-related, or entrepreneurial – the tools to effectively build a campaign and raise money.


  8. Micro Ventures

    MicroVentures Marketplace has built a platform that gives start-ups and existing small businesses like yours access to early-stage capital investment or micro investments.


  9. Kapipal

    Kapipal is a service to easily collect money through the Internet for everyone who needs to raise money for a group purchase, charity, a personal project, a birthday or wedding present, and so on.


  10. Sponzu

    Sponzu.com is a new collaborative way for individuals to promote, share and fund their ideas. This is the first non-cash crowdfunding platform, where people contribute to socially responsible ideas by watching targeted video ads.


  11. Go Fund Me

    GoFundMe was created to help people raise money online for the things that matter to them most. By providing an incredibly easy to way to collect money online.


  12. Kickstarter

    Kickstarter is the largest funding platform for creative projects in the world. Every month, tens of thousands of amazing people pledge millions of dollars to projects from the worlds of music, film, art, technology, design, food, publishing and other creative fields.


  13. Funding Universe

    Connecting Entrepreneurs with Business Loans, Unsecured Lines of Credit, SBA Loans, Investors, and Other Business Financing Options.


  14. Prosper

    Prosper connects people who want to invest money with people who want to borrow money.


  15. PayPal

    Online fundraising with PayPal is a fast, easy way to collect donations from your friends, family, co-workers — anyone in your social network.


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2 Responses to 15 Tools To Raise Your Project Funds

  1. Todd R. Levy says:

    If any of the companies listed are reading this. Please answer the question, why should we use your platform?

    I am Todd R. Levy and my company, BloomWorlds, is developing Android’s family friendly app store, to help Android parents discover safe, secure, and appropriate apps for their children by utilization our vetted submission process.

    Now pitch me.

  2. This is a great list! Thanks so much for this. I knew about the big ones like Kickstarter and even Indiegogo, but I LOVE the Kapipal idea. I can’t wait to browse through this options!

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