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4 Great Crowdfunding Platforms For Your 2013 Non-Profit Fundraising

A Razoo campaign raising funds for Get Your Guts In Gear, an organization that organizes bike races for charitable purposesThe Bottom Line

No frills crowdfunding site with simple interface for making cleanly-designed campaign pages


A simple 2.9% fee for all funds donated, and you keep all money you raise.

Total $ Raised: $135 million

Benefits for Non-Profits

Low fees make it appealing for non-profit organizations. Razoo can serve as platform for donations on your existing web site or Facebook page

Campaign Features

  • Simple campaign setup
  • iPhone application for checking campaign progress
  • No per-transaction fee

The Downside

  • Analytics platform not as advanced as other crowdfunding services
  • $10 minimum donation may be a large denomination for smaller campaigns
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Ron Paul may not be the most avid gamer -- but the leading libertarian certainly wouldn't want to stop you playing his character in an upcoming videogame from Texas-based programmer Daniel Williams.
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"Ron Paul: The Road to REVOLution" is a side-scrolling adventure game that echoes console classics of days gone by. Players take control of Dr. Paul as he sprints across the U.S., collecting coins (made of gold, of course) and delegates in a race for the White House.
The browser-based game has one level for each of the 50 states, and 13 boss fights -- one for each branch of the Federal Reserve

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Like international crowdfunding sites, Civicside collects a small percentage of funds raised. Civicside's fee is 4.5 percent of the total amount raised.

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