crowdjustice Alternatives

    crowdjustice is described as 'The world's crowdfunding platform for legal action'. There are eight alternatives to crowdjustice, not only websites but also apps for iPhone and Android. The best alternative is Kickstarter. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try MintMe or Crowd Supply. Other great sites and apps similar to crowdjustice are IndieGoGo (Paid), GoFundMe (Paid), Eyenbros (Free) and Revv Online Fundraising Platform (Paid).

    This page was last updated Oct 12, 2020

    1. Kickstarter is an online threshold pledge system for funding creative projects. Kickstarter has funded a diverse array of endeavors, Ranging from indie film and music to journalism and food-related projects.
    2. MintMe revolutionizes how people help each other by allowing both sides to earn through an innovative way of crowdfunding. Anyone can create a token that represents themselves or a project in just a few clicks.
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      GoFundMe is a crowd-funding platform for fundraising one or multiple goals. Campaigns pay out even if goals are not reached and are not required to have a time limit.
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    3. Crowd Supply vets products not only for originality, usefulness, and feasibility, but also for their commitment to user rights.
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    4. EyenBros is a social platform, where a community comes together to collectively hire a professional or an artist for their project. Members get to receive and discuss proposals from local pros. Choose the best one, fund it and manage the entire project together from home.
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    5. Revv is the fundraising platform that raises organizations more money. Revv's powerful donation maximization features like marketing automation and up-sells along with many integrations help non-profits, political campaigns, and causes fundraise.
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      Most of the time when you give to charity, all you receive back is a thank you email. You never know where your dollars actually ended up. DonorSee is changing that.
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