Fundly: Crowdfunding for the Greater Social Good Interview with Dennis Hu, CEO of Fundly

Excitement abounds for Fundly’s philanthropic crowdfunding. Fundly, the donation-based crowdfunding platform that empowers people, groups and organizations to raise funds for near and dear campaigns,  concurrently hosts thousands of active campaigns daily.  With over 100,000 campaigns created in the last year, Fundly allows users to create campaigns and leverage social tools to collect donations and supporters by more effectively engaging with their social networks. Fundly recently released a free iOS mobile app  available on iTunes the that makes it even easier for fundraisers to manage and run their fundraising campaign straight from their mobile device.

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20 Of The Hottest Tech Startups To Which You Should Send Your CV

In this article you will find 20 extremely interesting tech startups from various fields starting with education and all the way to online advertising. These companies are extremely interesting and if you are looking for a job, I suggest you take a look on their job listings, maybe they have something for you.


Charities Get Holiday Boost From Crowdfunding

During the 2012 holiday season, the growth in online giving outpaced the growth in e-commerce. This season promises to grow even further. One reason is crowdfunding. Small charities are using websites like Fundly to raise money for a wide variety of causes. Crowdfunding solicits small amounts of money from a large number of individuals to finance a project by leveraging social media sites like FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn to reach out to networks of friends, family and colleagues.


Freed From False Murder Conviction, Man Finds Support Online On Fundly

Ryan Ferguson spent a decade imprisoned for a murder he didn’t commit. Now he’s out, and thousands of strangers have rallied behind him. Supporters set up a crowdfunding campaign via the site In one month, nearly 1,700 donors have raised a total of more than $73,000 for Ferguson. The campaign was set to end Thursday, but Rognlien says he’ll extend for a week in hopes of meeting its $100,000 goal.


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Fundly Helps Those Seeking Charitable Causes Find Support

The incredible power of crowdfunding has finally moved into the charitable sector. Fundly, the crowdfunding platform for “social good,” has enabled users to raise more than $305 million to-date for nonprofit, volunteer, political, and personal charitable causes.

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Interview About Fundraising Through Fundly

In this exclusive Interview, Devin Thorpe speaks with Fundly CEO, David Boyce about fundraising through Fundly.


Crowdfunding startups zero in on help for tornado victims

It’s officially a trend. Crowdfunding sites have become a major component in getting relief to the victims of disasters. The latest example is an outpouring of support for campaigns set up on the sites following the tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma.


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Oklahoma Disaster Recovery Turns to Crowdfunding

A new outlet for one of technology’s fastest-growing sectors. In just 24 hours, a handful of campaigns on Fundly brought in $500,000 in donations for Oklahoma tornado victims. Last fall, Fundly campaigns raised $2.5 million for Hurricane Sandy and $250,000 for Boston bombing victims. The outpouring of support makes Fundly CEO Dave Boyce project Oklahoma donations on the site will top $3 million.


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Crowdfunding Relief for Oklahoma Disaster

The deadly tornado that ripped through Oklahoma has Americans coming together to raise money for the relief effort. One way they’re doing this is through crowdfunding and one platform helping people launch fundraising efforts is called Fundly; the company’s CEO is also an Oklahoma native.

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In Wake of Oklahoma Tragedy, Philanthropy Goes Social

Social media’s reaction to the Oklahoma tornado disaster quickly turned to crowd-funding relief efforts. Fundly CEO Dave Boyce joins digits with a look at what philanthropy looks like now.