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Use eGift Cards from National Brands like Starbucks and iTunes to boost contributions to your campaign. Our Marketplace has something for everyone.
Anyone can Crowdfund anything on RaiseHope. Create your custom crowdfunding website for free using Photos, Videos and Perks!
So let's get started.
You can Crowdfund for any registered charity in Canada and offer your donors Charitable Tax Receipts.
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As a Partner Charity you’ll have access to exclusive RaiseHope features including a branded profile page, 3rd Party Crowdfunding programs, our GiveBack Program and more!
Attract more supporters with our one of a kind Campaign Widget complete with a Perk Slider ready to embed in any website or blog!
We've partnered with The Newswire (TNW) to help you get the word out about your crowdfunding campaign. Simply reach 25% of your goal amount to unlock this amazing feature!
Flexible Funding (Keep It All)
Great for fundraisers and charity runs.
Fixed Funding (All Or Nothing)
Perfect for creative and business projects.
RaiseHope VS. The Competition
Being bigger doesn't mean you're better – and we'll prove it! RaiseHope goes head to head against big American platforms by providing more free tools and services to help our Canadian Crowdfunders run successful campaigns. From our Perk Marketplace to Free Press Releases, see how we stack up against the competition.
RaiseHope is proud to announce our exciting new partnership with CanadaHelps.org! Now anyone can Crowdfund on RaiseHope for any Canadian Charity and CanadaHelps will issue Charitable Tax Receipts to their donors.
With over 85,000 registered charities in Canada to choose from, Canadians from across the country can raise money for their favorite cause in their own unique way. And by the way, it's free!
RaiseHope's very own Director of Marketing, Sabrina Nicosia, recently sat down to talk crowdfunding with Steve Paikin on TVO's The Agenda! The panel discussed the raising popularity of personal crowdfunding and its impact on charitable giving.
Joining Sabrina on the panel were Daryl Hatton, CEO of FundRazr, Bruce MacDonald, CEO of Imagine Canada, Marina Glogovac, CEO of CanadaHelps, Caroline Riseboro, Director of AFP, and Mark Blumberg, Partner at Blumberg Segal LLP.