Archives for May 2015

How the Indiegogo Lab Helped Phi Raise the Bar

Launching a crowdfunding campaign is a beautiful thing for anyone with an idea. The process transforms you from someone with an idea to someone with a couple hundred promises to keep: promises you’ve made to your funders to deliver on that idea. It’s a beautiful thing, this transition. It turns your dreams into “To Dos,” and … read more

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Fundraising for Hadlie

When doctors determined that Hadlie, a three-year-old suffering from a highly aggressive and rare brain tumor only had a few months left to live, her parents launched an Indiegogo Life fundraiser to raise enough money to check off everything on the little girl’s bucket list before it was too late. The world came together to raise … read more

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Spotify and Indiegogo Make Music Change _________.

As a global platform focused on bringing people together to make big things happen, our ecosystem of passionate campaigners and contributors is an integral part of Indiegogo’s core company mission. Similarly, Spotify thrives on the collaboration of music-lovers worldwide to share and discover the tracks they love. Spotify is now supporting several initiatives on Indiegogo … read more

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How Personal Fundraisers are Raising Millions for Nepal Relief Efforts

Nonprofit organizations are reporting faster, more effective responses to Nepal than any other recent disaster. On Indiegogo Life, donors from over 100 countries have already raised over $2.3 million collectively for relief efforts – that is double the initial commitment from the American Red Cross and a new record for the crowdfunding platform. This milestone … read more

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Happy Mother’s Day from Indiegogo Life & BigTent by Care.com

As you’ve seen this week, we’ve collaborated with BigTent by Care.com for Mother’s Day to showcase mothers in the Indiegogo Life and BigTent parent communities who have brought their friends and family together in meaningful ways to make big things happen. We all remember how parents used to communicate as we grew up—be it for … read more

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