Category Archives: Client Testimonials

Launcht Client Vassar College Featured in Fundraising Success Magazine

Congratulations to Vassar College. Their success in educational crowdfunding continues to make waves in the fundraising space with this recent Fundraising Success Magazine article titled Big Data, Crowdfunding and the Fundraising Technology Craze

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StartingBloc Returns to Boston in 2014

StartingBloc — a Launcht partner organization which equips aspiring social entrepreneurs with the tools to create change in the world — recently returned to Boston for a five-day institute, one of five that they will host in 2014. “Boston has … Continue reading

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Launcht White Label Crowdfunding Client WeRaise in the Press

We could not be happier to see, long time Launcht Client, WeRaise profiled on CrowdSourcing.org. They continue to do a great job in rallying christian communities around worth initiatives through their Crowdfunding Platform. To see our thoughts about their work … Continue reading

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Rollins College and The Riddle of Success

Now, building off of the recent post about the success of matching grants, here is a riddle: What is better for a 24-hour crowdfunding campaign than a matching grant? The rather obvious answer: TWO generous donors. Rollins College in Winter … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding: A tool for change in Latino Philanthropy

Thirty years ago, a group of Latinos working in various philanthropic organizations became increasingly aware of the lack of diversity within the sector. Latinos were neither well represented in the donor base nor were projects and programs within the Latino … Continue reading

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Faith Based Crowdfunding with WeRaise

For nearly sixty years, Wheat Ridge Ministries has provided grants to Lutheran organizations to fund projects all over the world. Last fall, as a way to grow their proverbial church collection plate, Wheat Ridge created WeRaise, a Christian crowdfunding site. … Continue reading

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Vassar College Crowdfunding Success Story

February 20th was a big day at the Vassar College Office of Alumnae/i Affairs and Development (OAAD). Not only did they raise nearly $150,000 in a single day of crowdfunding, but, as Senior Director Willa McCarthy explains “it was a … Continue reading

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Unreasonable Institute East Africa launches crowdfunding portal

Every corner of the world has its own host of challenges. Or, Joachim Ewechu, CEO and co-founder of The East Africa Unreasonable Institute, said in a recent interview, “The more we look at all these challenges as great opportunities and … Continue reading

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The Reasonableness of the Unreasonable Institute

Banks Benitez, Chief Entreprenuer Office for the Unreasonable Institute has the concrete explanation of a complex business plan down to an art: “We want the Unreasonable Institute to be an unfair advantage for entrepreneurs.” That is what they do at the Unreasonable … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding in Higher Education, what works.

Crowdfunding by its very nature varies and adapts to the needs and wants of the population it serves. The reasons that different sectors—from nonprofits and entrepreneurs to nongovernmental organizations and education institutions—seek out crowdfunding solutions to their funding challenges are … Continue reading

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