November 1, 2013 · Behind The Scenes

Team Indiegogo’s Campaign Roundup (11/01/13)


Every week, we give team members at Indiegogo an opportunity to talk about the campaigns that have caught their attention. Here’s what we were talking about this week:

Erica L. (@gogoErica)

RoughyToys Roughy Toys

Location: Washington, District of Columbia

This toy company sells meaningful toys that help the learning and development process at an early age. And, for every toy you buy a child, they donate one to communities in need. So more kids have toys that help them develop key learning functions early in life–it’s a win-win!

David A. (@memorymansions)

MomentsLost Moments Lost

Location: Helsingborg, Sweden

Possibly my favorite campaign of all time. New compositions inspired by Blade Runner with the same synth set up that Vangelis had back in 1982, paired with incredible artwork by Killian Eng and others. Mindblowing.

Renee C. (@gogo_renee)

Zcon E.A.T Building & Renovation Fund

Location: Temecula, California

I love this campaign because it supports local farmers, ranchers, and other food artisans. I am also totally-in-love with the spork necklace as a perk!

Alice E. (@alicebely)

OperationSupplyDrop Sir David Attenborough: Help Us Save the Mountain Gorilla

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Giving to this campaign not only supports endangered gorillas, but also aids locals who help preserve these amazing animals.

Bre D. (@IndiegogoEdu)

Wave_Check Wavecheck

Location: Toronto, Canada

This innovation decreases the time it takes for you to tell whether your chemotherapy is working from months to weeks. Amazing!

Jamie K.

Meat the Future Cookbook

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

I enjoy science fiction and wondering about the future. This book is thought-provoking about where our meat may come from in the future.