GoFundMe

GoFundMe is a crowdfunding platform enabling people to raise money for different life events. Users can create their online donation website and share it with friends and family using GoFundMe's built-in connections to Facebook, Twitter and email. The service charges an automatic 5% fee on all online donations collected. Donations go directly into a user's PayPal account to ensure instant and secure access to all money collected.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Diego, US
Founded
2008
Size (employees)
330 (est)
GoFundMe was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Diego, US

Key People/Management at GoFundMe

Rob Solomon

Rob Solomon

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chi-Chao Chang

Chi-Chao Chang

Chief Technology Officer
Raquel Rozas

Raquel Rozas

Chief Marketing Officer
Hoang Vuong

Hoang Vuong

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Daniel Gordon

Daniel Gordon

VP of Trust, Policy, and Communications

GoFundMe Office Locations

GoFundMe has offices in San Diego, Menlo Park, Paris, Redwood City and in 5 other locations
San Diego, US (HQ)
1010 Second Avenue Suite 1770
Redwood City, US
855 Jefferson Ave
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GoFundMe Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

GoFundMe Operating Metrics

May, 2016Oct, 2016Jun, 2017Nov, 2017

Donors

25 m25 m40 m50 m

Crowd-sourced Funding

$2 b$3 b$4 b$5 b
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GoFundMe Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
CrowdRiseJanuary 10, 2017
GoFundMe's employees are reported to be approximately 43% female and 57% male.
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GoFundMe's Web-traffic and Trends

GoFundMe Online and Social Media Presence

GoFundMe News and Updates

GoFundMe scraps platform fees in the UK

Crowdfunding platform GoFundMe will today stop charging fees to users in the UK. Its new 0% platform fee applies to new campaigns for personal causes. GoFundMe claims that this move makes it “the only major peer-to-peer fundraising platform available in the UK that doesn’t charge a platform fee.” In…

Chrissy Teigen just offered to pay gymnast McKayla Maroney's fine for speaking out against sexual abuse

Chrissy Teigen to the rescue.  The model and cookbook author responded to a report from Daily Mail that revealed gymnast McKayla Maroney, the first to speak out about being sexually abused by USA Gymnastics ex-team doctor Larry Nassar, currently faces a $100,000 fine if she violates a non disclosu…

Over $150,000 Raised For Roy Moore Accuser After Home Suspiciously Burns Down

“I just thank everyone all across America from the bottom of my heart," Tina Johnson said.

Trapped In The Bronx Fire, Grandmother With Baby Makes A Final Phone Call

"We're going to die in here!" Maria Batiz reportedly told her daughter in a panicked call.

Hit-And-Run Claims Life Of Las Vegas Shooting Survivor, Wife Says

“I don’t understand why he wasn’t taken at the shooting, but a month later he was taken this way."

The Hidden Burden Of Surviving A Mass Shooting

Americans who live through mass shootings often need extensive mental health treatment. Charity can't pay for it all.
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GoFundMe Company Life and Culture

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