Individuals can setup projects, as well as organizations in an effort to raise money. The site is well organized, offers the ability to load incentives for donators and more.
Our favorite cause: Hand for Japan
The Ogawa Family, together with the Red Cross, is challenging donors to donate for Japan disaster relief. Every tax deductible dollar you donate, the Ogawa family will match equally in contributions to the Red Cross up to $500,000. Together we can donate One Million Dollars to the Red Cross.
Crowdrise and the Ogawa family will cover all transaction related fees so 100% of your gift will be doubled and sent to the Red Cross to support disaster relief efforts to help those affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
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About Crowdrise: (pulled from their site, or sight – gotta love the silly copy!)
Please only read all this if you’re super bored or you’re writing a paper on ways to give back and you’re looking for something to plagiarize…
Crowdrise is about volunteering, raising money for charity and having the most fun in the world while doing it. Go here to see a beautiful picture showing How Crowdrise Works. Go here if you want to see an even more beautiful Picture of a Napkin.
We recommend spending at least six hours a day exploring Crowdrise. Check out all the Inspiring Projects that volunteers, fundraisers and charities have going on, and show your support by voting for them, donating some cash money, and helping them fundraise or volunteer. Check out our Best Promos Ever so you can win amazing prizes that make perfect re-gifts. And the second you’re ready, Start your own Project on Crowdrise and share it with all your friends, family, enemies, co-workers and classmates. Don’t be surprised if you get totally addicted to the sight.
Before you start to email us about any mistakes on this page, please know we used the wrong version of site (sight) in the previous sentence on purpose. Sorry about it.