In a move to secure its position as the leading social helping crowd-funding platform for individuals, charities, nonprofits and corporations, Hero Network has announced that it has completed a $1M “Series B” funding round.
Hero Network has been globally recognised as a pioneer in establishing the first peer-to-peer social network and giving platform for philanthropy. Using its fundraising technology, Hero Network will now allow charities to accept donations, create fundraising events and easily analyse their fundraising performance.
Michael Po, CEO of Hero Network said: “This influx of new capital will enable the Hero Network to establish itself as the leading national platform where not only individuals but communities and organizations can get and give help. What we are building today will help millions of people and charities in the future.”
Funding will help to address critical humanitarian problems around the world
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