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Causevox Wants To Help Non-Profits Crowdsource Fundraising

January 26th, 2011 01:20 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

The power of the crowd has proven to be particularly useful when it comes to fundraising online. Founder Institute startup CauseVox is launching a SaaS platform that allows non-profits to crowdsource fundraising.

A white-label platform, CauseVox allows organizations to launch a customized, charity-branded site on their own domain and begin accepting donations. Tools include a simple editor to create fundraising destinations, the ability to create fundraising pages for supporters, socialize fundraising efforts, and more.

While non-profits have a 30 day free trial to use the software, CauseVox will charge a small subscription fee and will take 7.5 percent of all donations. We have an exclusive offer for TC readers to use Causevox for free for six months. You can use the promo code “techcrunch” to get 6 more months free during billing.

In its beta period, CauseVox already helped non-profits, including Change For Kids and RestoreNYC, raise over $400,000 in donations.

CauseVox isn’t the first startup to launch a crowd-funding platform for organizations; the startup faces competition from Facebook app Causes, Nadanu, and GoFundMe.

Source: Causevox Wants To Help Non-Profits Crowdsource Fundraising

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