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Some Dreamers turn to crowdfunding to pay for DACA renewal

by Dan Gorenstein Sep 18, 2017
While the ultimate fate of DACA recipients remains unclear, thousands of young people are now rushing to renew their applications before the deadline in early October. However, the cost is $495, which may be reach for many people working low-wage…
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Crowdfunding is playing a larger role in disaster relief

by Amy Scott Aug 31, 2017
With more options for giving, donors are urged to do their research.
Volunteers get a briefing on Monday at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, where the American Red Cross is housing victims of Hurricane Harvey.
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Crowdfunding for your life

by Paulina Velasco Jun 23, 2017
The online safety net may not be without its gaping holes.
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How crowdfunding is democratizing real estate investing

by Molly Wood and Maria Hollenhorst Mar 30, 2017
Crowdfunding platform founder Rodrigo Nino says the JOBS Act opened access to one of the best assets in the world.
"Crowdfunding means democratizing access, in our case, to large-scale commercial real estate assets," says Rodrigo Niño, founder and CEO of Prodigy Network.
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The growing role of crowdfunding after a tragedy

by Reema Khrais Jun 15, 2016
A GoFundMe campaign for the victims of the Orlando, Florida shooting has already raised millions.

Now you can crowdfund your angel investors

by Lewis Wallace May 16, 2016
A change to an 80-year-old law on investing allows small investors to try their hand as venture capitalists.
The only people allowed to be venture capitalists were accredited investors who made $200,000 per year or had a net worth of at least $1 million.
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A check on equity-based crowdfunding

by Jim Burress Aug 21, 2015
Georgia was one of the first states to allow this type of regulated crowdfunding.

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Greece crowdfunding campaign fails to reach goal

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 7, 2015
The campaign didn't quite hit its €1.6 billion target.

Asking fans to help build a stadium

by Dan Gorenstein Feb 12, 2015
A developer is crowd-sourcing the funds to rebuild the Detroit Tigers' stadium.

As funding drops, scientists turn to the crowd

by Reid R. Frazier Jan 1, 2015
Crowdfunding comes to the research lab, and websites spring up to vet projects.