April 21, 2014 · Behind The Scenes

Team Indiegogo Campaign Roundup (4.21.14)

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Indiegogo HQ is abuzz over several campaigns that caught our eye this week.

What do you think?

Kill the Cup

Kill the CupLocation: Various
“A collaborative initiative involving university students across the nation that’s eco-friendly AND includes a limited-edition Klean Kanteen – what more could you ask for?”
– Alisa C. (@alisacordesius)

Solar Power for Habitat

Solar PowerLocation: Omaha, NE
“Solar systems save money in the long run, but they can be expensive up front! I love what Habitat is doing here to bring solar systems to all!”
– Bre D. (@indiegogoCause)

Happy Days for Grandma Betty

Grandma BettyLocation: Jeffersonville, IN
“I love Grandma Betty and her inspiring Instagram. She brings joy to so many people, so I was excited to have a way to give back to her and support her during her final happy days.”
– Garrett G. (@indiegogo)

Sabrina and Craig – Late Bloomers Blossom

Late BloomersLocation: Los Angeles, CA
“Two awesome campaigners are putting together an original album after a long history within the music industry. It’s off to a great start and I love where they’re going with the project.”
– Stefan K. (@indiegogo)

Partition Stories

Partition StoriesLocation: Pittsford, NY
“Partition Stories is an art-filled documentary about memory, reconciliation and the partition of India. It focuses on a unique historical event, but highlights lessons that are relevant today – and the filmmaker is from my hometown!”
– Rachel K. (@indiegogo)

Street Studio Hungary

Street Studio HungaryLocation: New York, NY
“Street Studio Hungary is on a mission to provide music creation education to underserved Roma youth in Hungary. These kids are great and the program deserves support.”
– David A. (@memorymansions)

Waiting for Ishtar

Waiting for IshtarLocation: Toronto, Canada
“A documentary by John Mitchell & Jonathan Crombie about the Elaine May comedy, Ishtar, starring Dustin Hoffman & Warren Beatty. Count me in!”
– Marc H. (@theoriginalhoff)