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Share your crowdfunding projects with us! (DonorsChoose, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and others.)

Share your crowdfunding projects with us! (DonorsChoose, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and others.)

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It doesn't matter if you're using DonorsChoose, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or something else entirely, tell us about your crowdfunding projects. Please include your link(s) as well, since we'd like to promote this list far and wide!

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R.F. Bracho's picture

HELLO LOVELIES! Our Kickstarter for creating a web portal to connect young readers, teachers, and parents just launched! It's geared toward empowering Generation Z. After ONE HOUR it was chosen as a Kickstarter Staff Pick!!! We're all so excited.

Please take a look at our video! It's about empowering Generation Z via a series of fantasy, adventure books that also teach science, geography, social values, and collaboration and self-empowerment! Thank you so much! :D


CareerVillage.org's picture
Crowdsourcing career advice for high schoolers

CareerVillage.org crowdsources career and college advice for high school students who need it most. Getting personalized advice from professionals with relevant work experience both inspires and prepares students to pursue fulfilling careers and successful futures.

We're trying to raise $50,000 going in to the new year to serve every student at 50 new high schools nationwide and we need YOUR support!


Laurence Humier's picture

Hi there!

There's a project Alchemist Matter kit, I've been working on with several Museums since 2012 is now available on Kickstarter.


It's an educational tool that teaches how to create DIY materials through chemical reactions for children between 5-12 years old

It would be great having your opinion on the project and if you could spread the word.

Thank you,
Cheers, Laurence

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