Featured Fundraiser: Help Susan and Her Family
At YouCaring, we focus on compassionate crowdfunding, making it free—and easy—to support personal and charitable causes.
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Crowdfunding is the practice of raising money online for a cause by harnessing the power of social networks to drive awareness and donations from all over the world.
Compassionate crowdfunding is free online fundraising pioneered by YouCaring to support humanitarian causes and bring kindness and community to those in need.
Our easy-to-use fundraiser template allows you to create an effective home page for your campaign. Show potential donors how they can help by telling your story, uploading pictures and videos, and posting updates.
Activate your social network. With just a few clicks, you can spread the word of your fundraiser to friends, family and other potential donors through Facebook, Twitter, email and other channels.
All donations to your fundraiser are transferred into your account as soon as they’re received. We provide Free Fundraising, which means we don’t charge a thing. The donation processor does, however, take 2.9%, plus $.30 per transaction.
Please note: YouCaring does not permit fundraising campaigns for legal defense, litigation, bail bonds or other legal matters. Related fundraisers may also be subject to review on a case-by-case basis.
YouCaring makes donating to those in need quick, simple and safe.
Help someone save a life, grow a family, rebuild a house and much more by clicking on the Donate Now button on the fundraiser page.
Inspire your own network to help! Share the fundraiser on social media and multiply the impact of your donation.
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YouCaring is dedicated to compassionate crowdfunding, providing free and easy online fundraising and support for humanitarian causes.
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” - Gandhi