• Industry: Social cause
  • Type: Donation
  • Min. investment: ‚ā¨1
  • Country: Austria, Germany, Switzerland

I care for you

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I care for you is a Swiss donation crowdfunding platform for social and humanitarian projects. Non-profit organizations and private individuals can use the site to conduct fundraising for their projects.

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