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    First fare 2013   crowdfunding 101 (beginner) with notes First fare 2013 crowdfunding 101 (beginner) with notes Presentation Transcript

    • Crowdfunding 101 Brought to you by
    • ABOUT THE PRESENTER Eli Bliss • Sophomore at GHS • President of Gladstone Robotics • FIRST Fare Coordinator • Former Marketing Captain
    • ABOUT THE AUTHOR Crowdfunding for youth.
    • ABOUT YOU Turn to the person next to you and answer: What is your favorite (or least favorite) fundraising memory?
    • OBJECTIVE In this training, we will answer: • What is crowdfunding? • How does crowdfunding work?
    • So, what is crowdfunding, anyway?
    • ABOUT CROWDFUNDING Crowdfunding noun & verb Utilizing the power of the internet to fund big projects & ideas with small contributions from thousands of people
    • POPULAR EXAMPLES Entrepreneurs raised over $10M from 68,000 people to start making Pebble Watch Veronica Mars (a cancelled TV show) raised $5.7M from 90,000 people to make a movie
    • WHY CROWDFUNDING Why does crowdfunding matter? 1. Reach friends & family* all over the world, with the click of a button 2. Internet has made it easier than ever to give! * And maybe (just maybe) people you don’t know.
    • WHY CROWDFUNDING These fundraisers are great for community building, but you can raise by asking for online donations (rather than just selling things).
    • OTHER TYPES Service Trips School Related Sports Tuition Nonprofit Causes Clubs + Projects
    • So, how does crowdfunding work, exactly?
    • HOW IT WORKS 1. Make a webpage 1. Spread the word 1. Supporters support & get thanked
    • HOW IT WORKS 1. Make a page 1. Spread the word 1. Supporters support & get thanked
    • HOW IT WORKS 1. Make a page 1. Spread the word 1. Supporters support & get thanked
    • WHO’S THE CROWD? Image from the American Association of Fundraising Council
    • ABOUT THE CROWD Anyone on the internet is part of the crowdfunding “crowd.” But 90% of crowdfunding contributions come from the friends, family, and networks of the fundraisers themselves.
    • IT’S HARD WORK! Will your fundraiser be as popular as this little guy? No, probably not. In fact 50% of crowdfunding projects fail to fundraise even 1¢
    • MORE EFFORT = MORE $
    • Q&A
    • REFLECTION Turn your partner and answer: What was the most surprising thing you learned about crowdfunding today?
    • BE IN TOUCH