Donation crowdfunding platforms

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  • Die Wunscherfüller Founded:
    Donation platform of the PSD Bank Nuremberg.
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  • Sparkasse Founded:
    Sparkasse donation platform has created the central contact point for regional associations, foundations and initiatives to support social projects.
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  • Energy4impact Founded: 2006
    Energy 4 Impact is a non-profit organisation working with local businesses to extend access to energy in Africa, impacting the quality of life for millions of people. Growing sustainable clean energy markets improves livelihoods and accelerates economic growth. Formerly known as GVEP International, Energy 4 Impact was registered as a United Kingdom charity in 2007.
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  • Betterplace Founded: 2007
    Betterplace.org is Germany's largest online donation platform. In addition to the classic way of collecting or giving donations, there is also the possibility of donating time or looking for volunteers. Under the name betterplace solutions , betterplace.org builds online tools for collecting donations for companies. betterplace.org is itself a non-profit organization and is financed through voluntary donations from users, transaction fees, sponsors and business partnerships.
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  • Babyloan Founded: 2008
    Babyloan is the French leader of philanthropic crowdfunding, specialized in microloans. Since the platform was launched in 2008, 75,000 members raised more than €20 million to nearly 40,000 micro-entrepreneurs in France and throughout the world.
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  • Proarti Founded: 2009
    Proarti endowment fund aims to help artists diversify their sources of funding as well as build new links with their audiences. This project at the crossroads of social innovation and artistic creation was supported for its launch by the Ministry of Culture and Communication as part of the 2012 Call for projects: Innovative digital cultural services.
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  • KissKissBankBank Founded: 2009
    KissKissBankBank is a pioneer of crowdfunding in France. It collects a fee on successful crowdfunding campaigns only. This fee is of 8% of the amount raised (all taxes included).
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  • Crowdfunder Founded: 2010
    Crowdfunder is the UK’s biggest crowdfunding platform, where over £72m has been raised for ideas, community groups, start-ups, and so much more.
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  • GoFundMe Founded: 2010
    GoFundMe is the world's largest online social fundraising platform. GoFundMe enables individual funding campaigns for individuals, organizations and projects in a wide range of areas, including medicine, emergencies, entrepreneurship, sports, education, women's rights, animals and many more.
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  • Startnext Founded: 2010
    Startnext is the largest classic crowdfunding platform in German-speaking countries. Artists, creatives, inventors and social entrepreneurs have the opportunity to present their ideas and projects and finance them with the support of many people.
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  • Project Starter Founded: 2011
    On Projektstarter.ch, innovative projects are financed, great ideas are brought closer to their implementation and, with YOUNG, young adults are also actively supported so that they come one step closer to their dream. Thanks to many nudges, project initiators get closer to their goal. Project initiators can collect fans with their idea or project.
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  • Crowdify Founded: 2011
    Crowdify is a crowdfunding platform from Switzerland, on which various projects can be funded. Crowdify is operated by Ron Orp GmbH, a service company that publishes a newsletter and a website with event information.
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  • Socialfunders Founded: 2012
    Socialfunders is a donation platform where companies involve their customers in their engagement. Donations are made via 'social coins' that companies can give away to customers. They then support a charitable project of their choice. According to their own statement, the aim of Socialfunders is "to combine corporate social responsibility with conscious consumption". All projects on the platform must be non-profit.
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  • Wemakeit Founded: 2012
    Wemakeit is the largest Swiss crowdfunding platform for creative projects and innovative ideas. The spectrum is broad: wemakeit has already successfully implemented many ideas in the fields of art, music, film, design and other creative projects.
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  • Tudigo Founded: 2012
    Bulb in Town, is a crowdfunding platform, which enables communities to Back Up the Little Businesses in their Town or neighbourhood, by financially sponsoring their projects. In return the funders of that particular project will receive exclusive perks and recognition, along with the satisfaction of knowing that they have helped their neighbourhood thrive.
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  • I believe in you Founded: 2013
    "I believe in you" is the first crowdfunding platform that specializes entirely in the financing of Swiss sports projects. I belive in you is aimed at individual athletes, teams, leisure, amateur or top athletes, clubs or organizers who can publicize and finance their projects via the platform.
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  • ES GEHT! Founded: 2014
    ES GEHT is the first crowdfunding platform in Austria operated by a bank. Submitted projects are checked by BAWAG PSK for feasibility and sustainability before publication.
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  • Genossenschaft für Gemeinwohl Founded: 2014
    The Genossenschaft für Gemeinwohl is the platform for people and organizations with a focus on the common good around the topic of money and finance. It wants to align the money economy with the common good. Money should once again serve people, turn from an end to a means and represent a real gain for everyone.
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  • Myannona Founded: 2014
    MyAnnona is a crowdfunding platform, where each entrepreneur benefits from support and training for the construction and implementation of a financial strategy, including the integration of new crowdfunding financing tools.
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  • Many create more Founded: 2014
    VR Banken were the first German banking group to be active with its own crowdfunding offer. "Many-create-more" serves as the roof portal. Each of the 972 regional credit unions has the option of setting up its own crowdfunding platform with an individual domain from a given set of modules. So far, 139 banks have opted for their own local platform. The platforms are aimed at social and charitable projects. The banks often participate in the financing of the projects in the form of “co-funding”.
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