FundRazr was launched in the summer of 2010 with an enthusiastic team led by CEO and crowdfunding pioneer, Daryl Hatton. We understand the difficulties of raising money, and we are passionate about providing an alternative funding source for startups, charities, and personal causes. We believe in the power of community support and sharing your story with the world. Ultimately, we want to build great company, have fun, and help people in a meaningful way.

So far, FundRazr has helped raise over $52 million from over 45,000 campaigns in 37 different countries around the world. We believe in creating a platform that is easy to use, inexpensive, and can leverage the power of the internet community. Contrary to some other crowdfunding platforms, our platform does not limit the type of campaigns we host. We want to be flexible and available to everyone, for any kind of cause, from almost anywhere in the world.

With a team of 5 at inception, FundRazr has grown to over 20 people in 2014. Located in the heart of Gastown in Vancouver, Canada, FundRazr is at the hub of all things entrepreneurial. We work hard and innovate every day so you can be the next fundraising success story.

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Company Growth (employees)
Vancouver, CA
Size (employees)
8 (est)-11%
FundRazr is headquartered in Vancouver, CA

Key People at FundRazr

Daryl Hatton

Daryl Hatton

Bill Diamond

Bill Diamond


FundRazr Office Locations

FundRazr has an office in Vancouver
Vancouver, CA (HQ)
#320 - 321 Water Street

FundRazr Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Total Funding

$325 k

Traffic Overview of FundRazr

FundRazr Online and Social Media Presence

FundRazr News and Updates

Convicted Libor trader Tom Hayes is suing the City watchdog over ban

Tom Hayes, the first person to be found guilty of Libor rigging in the UK, is suing the City watchdog to overturn a ban on him working in the industry. The former UBS and Citigroup trader was jailed for 14 years in August 2015, but his sentence was reduced to 11 years by the Court of Appeal in De…

Tom Hayes' crowdfunding campaign breaks £30,000 mark

The crowdfunding campaign to raise money for Tom Hayes' legal fees has broken the £30,000 barrier. The Fundrazr campaign, which has been set up to support the former UBS and Citigroup traders' appeal to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), has now raised £30,705, or 20 per cent, of its £1…

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