Crowdrise is a crowdfunding platform that's about raising tons of money for charity and having the most fun in the world while doing it. Crowdrise is way more fun than anything else aside from being all nervous about trying to kiss a girl for the first time and her not saying something like 'you've got to be kidding me.' The Crowdrise community was named a “Top 25 Best Global Philanthropist” by Barron’s and one of the best online fundraising websites by Mashable. We're trying to keep Crowdrise a secret so please don't tell anyone but know that, as soon as you create a fundraiser (which takes all of 19 seconds), you'll be a part of something really special. The Crowdrise site is a unique blend of online fundraising, crowdsourcing, social networking, contests, and other nice stuff.

TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyGoFundMe
HQDetroit, US
Founded2010
Websitecrowdrise.com
CrowdRise was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Detroit, US
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Key People/Management at CrowdRise

Edward Norton

Edward Norton

Co-Founder
Jeffrey Wolfe

Jeffrey Wolfe

Owner & President
Justin McAuley

Justin McAuley

Senior Product Manager
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CrowdRise Office Locations

CrowdRise has an office in Detroit
Detroit, US (HQ)
100 Michigan Ave
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CrowdRise Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$24.6 m
In total, CrowdRise had raised $24.6 m. CrowdRise is a subsidiary of GoFundMe
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CrowdRise Online and Social Media Presence

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CrowdRise News and Updates

Actor Edward Norton Talks Running a Crowdfunding Business and Being Raised by Entrepreneurs

The three-time Academy Award nominee is trying to improve on the crowdfunding platforms already out there. He's also teaming up with Newman's Own Foundation for a big holiday charity competition.
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CrowdRise Blogs

What 8 fundraising experts had to say about taking their events to the next level

Fundraising for an event, whether it’s a fun run, gala, dinner, or 5k, is a staple in the nonprofit community. But, taking these events and adding in social fundraising, ticketing and registration, fundraising minimums, and more can really enhance your event and take it to the next level…

Filling in your fundraising gaps with DIY

From a business standpoint, whether you’re for-profit or not-for-profit, the start of a new year really can be a time where you can gain momentum from reviewing what’s worked, what hasn’t, and commit to trying to new things and creating new plans of attack.

How Jam Kancer in the Kan made it simple to make an impact with CrowdRise

"Having not been computer savvy, when looking at CrowdRise, I was like, ‘wow, this is pretty simple. I can do this.’ Then I had to sell the platform to the people who were fundraising with us. But if I can do it, I knew they could do it. It's really that simple. You set up a URL, you p…

The creativity that DIY fundraising inspires

DIY peer-to-peer fundraising, or do-it-yourself fundraising if you’re not into acronyms, is quickly becoming an integral component to the modern nonprofit fundraising toolkit. The ability to allow supporters to create a fundraiser when and how they want to is pivotal to providing real op…

Nonprofit donor data hygiene: Why a clean up now means long-term benefits

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5 simple additions to boost your next nonprofit event

 With the start of a new year, it’s always good to take a step back and not only assess what’s working and what’s not working so well, but also see what you can layer on top of what you’re already doing to make an even bigger impact in the coming months
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CrowdRise Company Life and Culture

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CrowdRise Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CrowdRise founded?

    CrowdRise was founded in 2010.

  • Who are CrowdRise key executives?

    CrowdRise's key executives are Edward Norton, Jeffrey Wolfe and Justin McAuley.

  • Who are CrowdRise competitors?

    Competitors of CrowdRise include GUST, Kickstarter and CoContest.

  • Where is CrowdRise headquarters?

    CrowdRise headquarters is located at 100 Michigan Ave, Detroit.

  • Where are CrowdRise offices?

    CrowdRise has an office in Detroit.

  • How many offices does CrowdRise have?

    CrowdRise has 1 office.