• Industry: Sport
  • Type: Donation
  • Min. investment: €1
  • Country: Germany

KAM on!

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KAM on! crowdfunding platform specializes in sport and thus acts as an intermediary between any projects that are related to sport (athletes, club projects, sport start-ups, non-profit sport initiatives, sporting events or sports facilities, etc.) and the public in order to bring these parties together to lead and to successfully promote the projects.

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