Crowdfunding platform PleaseFund.Us has launched Digital Innovation Grants to help charities use crowdfunding to raise money. Crowdfunding has the ability to measure loyalty and develop donor relationships.
Grants of between GBP2,000 and GBP10,000 are available. Over the course of a year, charities will work with PleaseFund.Us to create a fundraising portal.
James Bailey, Tarkan’s co-founder, says that the aim of the Grants is to “provide charities with the tools to continue doing what they do in the current connected world, letting them focus on doing the great stuff they know how to do, without worrying about the techy stuff!”
Click here for or a full list of benefits. Applications close on 1st July 2013. To apply visit http://www.pleasefund.us/help/charity-grants
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