A social enterprise hub has been launched by Crowdfunder which allows the public to peruse start-ups and choose which one to support. Two projects have already been funded: This Shirt Helps and LSTN, which both occupy the charitable sector.
Crowdfunding sites have become popular in a range of different sectors now, but social good companies are well suited to the process because they have a story behind them, increasing the chances of donations.
Chance Barnett, CEO and founder of Crowdfund, says: “Often times social enterprises are the things that investors find that they believe in, and that are personally most meaningful to them.”
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