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How to create a crowdfunding campaign in South Africa

How to create a crowdfunding campaign in South Africa

Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project online by receiving many small donations from a number of individuals through the use of social media and the press.

Through emotive storytelling, imagery and video content, campaign creators are able to present their cause to the public to reach their specified fundraising target.

In 2020, South Africa’s leading donations-based crowdfunding platform, BackaBuddy, celebrated R200 Million raised for charitable causes across the country.

Crowdfunding for a person

BackaBuddy has thus far welcomed over 16 600 individual fundraising campaigns for medical expenses, tuition fees, sporting tours, community projects and good deeds.

Raise funds for an individual or cause on BackaBuddy.

Crowdfunding for a charity

Over 3 200 charities are also active users of the platform, raising funds for various needs within their organisation through their own projects, and have collectively invited over 21 400 individuals to pledge their birthdays or participate in events to raise funds on their behalf.

Register your non-profit organisation to raise funds on BackaBuddy.
Create a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for a non-profit organisation on BackaBuddy.

For more information, Contact BackaBuddy.

Read our BackaBuddy stories

Developing your crowdfunding concept and campaign name

How to write your crowdfunding campaign story

How to create a crowdfunding campaign video

Setting your crowdfunding campaign target

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