This day and age, in our modern digital society, there are countless companies and websites dedicated to crowd-funding or crowd-sourcing.
These companies exist to help anybody anywhere at any time set up a campaign to help with financial goals. The only catch is they usually take a small percentage of the pie before you can cash out. This, however, should not be a deterrent from using these services.
The fees are sometimes minimal, and alternative funding sources, as these sites have begun to be commonly referred to as can be a great way for a family to get some financial assistance after disaster strikes.… Read More
Natural disasters are very hard to plan for and can happen to anyone without prior warning. When natural disasters strike, several charitable organizations and businesses suddenly spring up all with a single mission; to conduct fundraising events and gather some form of support from the public and other businesses.
Most people will feel concerned and united to support such courses and a near-universal reaction from the public and customers. In the past, sourcing funds following natural disaster involved receiving mailed checks and donations from fundraising events. Today, modern technology makes it easy to exploit various avenues and getting donations is no longer a daunting procedure.… Read More