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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Partners With Solar Nonprofit In First-Of-Its-Kind Crowdfunding Opportunity

RE-volv awarded $120,000 grant to provide solar energy to nonprofit organizations

Press Release – SAN FRANCISCO – The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation will provide a $120,000 award to the solar nonprofit RE-volv in an effort to expand access to affordable solar energy for nonprofit organizations around the country. The partnership, announced yesterday, will provide match funding for RE-volv’s unique crowd-funding platform, allowing donors the opportunity to double their contributions with the support of academy-award winner Leonardo DiCaprio.

RE-volv supports solar energy projects for nonprofits that lack access to financing options. An estimated 1.5 million nonprofits in the U.S. face financial barriers to obtaining solar power, as they do not qualify for solar tax credits or are too small to attract traditional investors. RE-volv bridges this funding gap for organizations that provide valuable public services to vulnerable communities, including homeless shelters, schools, community centers, and houses of worship. This is the largest grant to date for RE-volv, a two-time awardee of the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative.

“RE-volv is working to make sure that the benefits of solar can reach everyone, including nonprofit organizations and the people they serve,” said Andreas Karelas, Executive Director of RE-volv. “Thanks to this generous grant from the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, RE-volv will be able to scale its impact and bring solar to even more nonprofits around the country.”

RE-volv’s unique crowd-funding platform is the first to employ a revolving fund. Donors select a specific nonprofit to support and, as the project pays back dividends through a solar lease agreement, the user can then reinvest in new solar projects through the RE-volv platform. This pay-it-forward model helps to accelerate solar energy deployment in local communities while keeping donors engaged in solar projects.

“The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation is excited to support RE-volv,” said Gregory Lopez, Climate Program Director of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. “Not only is their work important in deploying solar energy and reducing greenhouse gasses, their unique model provides an introduction of accessible, renewable energy to new communities.”

To date, RE-volv has raised over $300,000 from over 1,000 people in 22 countries. It has crowdfunded ten solar projects (150 kW of capacity) in four states, include Harbor House in Oakland, which serves refugee, immigrant, and low-income families with after-school programs and ESL classes, and Morris Chapel Baptist Church, the oldest African American Church in Philadelphia. Thanks to the solar projects, grantees are expected to save between 15 and 40 percent on their electric bills. In total, these ten nonprofits will save more than $1.5 million over the life of their solar energy systems. RE-volv’s solar revolving fund, the Solar Seed Fund, is now worth $650,000 in future lease payments from these ten projects – payments which will be used to finance at least 20 more solar energy projects.

In addition to financing projects, RE-volv trains college students and community volunteers to become Solar Ambassadors, who in turn lead them on the ground efforts to deploy solar. RE-volv has educated 10,000 people about solar energy through training, outreach, and more than 100 events.


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Impact Housing REIT, LLC Launches $35 Million Equity Crowdfunding Opportunity Focused on Solving the Housing Crisis in America on ImpactHousing.com

CrowdStreet, a leading real estate investment technology provider, is powering the online investment offering and providing access to their existing network of accredited and unaccredited investors.

Press Release – Los Angeles, CA – September 20, 2017 — Impact Housing REIT, LLC (ImpactHousing.com), a new apartment real estate investment trust led by Edward (“Eddie”) P. Lorin, a 30-year multifamily real estate veteran, is pleased to announce that its $35 million direct public offering under Regulation A+ has been qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is now open for investment. All investors – accredited and unaccredited, domestic and international – can invest directly in Impact Housing REIT Series A equity round for as little as $1,000. To read more and/or get started with an investment, click here.

Poor housing conditions due to a rising economy, extreme weather conditions, and poverty is effecting our health, quality of life, and country, as a whole. Impact Housing is the first REIT in the country using the new equity crowdfunding laws to focus on America’s housing crisis, specifically on creating affordable, livable, distinctive multifamily communities for America’s working people and their families.

Employing a strategy that Mr. Lorin has refined over decades, Impact Housing plans to buy neglected, poorly managed apartment buildings throughout the U.S., and transform them into thriving, healthy, family-oriented communities. Upgrades typically include new amenities, refreshed and upgraded interiors, resort style pools, playgrounds, state-of-the-art fitness centers, BBQs, dog parks, community gardens and open space social areas. Click here to view our Property Gallery.

In addition, Impact Housing is partnered with the HAPI Foundation (Healthy Apartment Property Initiative), a 501(c)(3) organization, and together, provide FREE afterschool programming (including a free healthy meal when possible), health and wellness education to the resident children and their families. To see our impact with HAPI, click here.

Eddie Lorin, Founder of Impact Housing REIT, commented, “In my 30+ years of experience in multifamily real estate, upgrading neglected properties and turning them into thriving communities has proven to enhance residents’ lives, increase retention and referrals, and reduce vacancy. When you give people a nice home and community that’s affordable, they tend to be happier. They stay, pay and refer their friends. This goes directly to our bottom line and has allowed us to deliver to our investors not only a good financial return, but also a good social return. It’s a win-win.”

The technology enabling this online investment offering is backed by CrowdStreet, a leading provider of real estate fundraising and investor management solutions. In addition, CrowdStreet is providing its established network of over 25,000 investors the ability to directly invest in Impact Housing REIT using the CrowdStreet Marketplace at https://www.crowdstreet.com. Impact Housing REIT marks the second real estate investment opportunity open to CrowdStreet’s entire network of investors, both accredited and unaccredited.

Impact Housing REIT is not your typical startup. Prior to launching Impact Housing REIT, Eddie’s team, acting as either Principal or Advisor, has transformed over 40,000 apartment units into safe, quality homes for hard-working individuals and families. Their prior portfolios consistently demonstrated “full” occupancy levels. By implementing value-add improvement plans, the team has achieved, on average, 95% stabilized occupancy upon completion of renovations on new acquisitions, and attribute success to a variety of factors including and most notably, strong local relationships with real estate brokers, servicers, lenders, and property managers.

CAUTION: PRIOR PERFORMANCE DOES NOT GUARANTY FUTURE RESULTS.
AN INVESTMENT IN IMPACT HOUSING REIT, LLC INVOLVES SIGNIFICANT RISKS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE OUR OFFERING CIRCULAR.

Lorin added, “The ability for Impact Housing to utilize new crowdfunding laws to circumvent the middleman and bring more efficient financial returns directly to everyone, regardless of income level or wealth, is remarkable to say the least. The more money raised through the Impact Housing REIT offering, the more we can meet the shortage of decent workforce housing that’s affordable in our country and deliver market rate returns to our investors.

We are thrilled to partner with CrowdStreet in this initiative. CrowdStreet’s technology platform provides us with the confidence needed to both fundraise online at scale, and then effectively and efficiently manage the investors for the duration of their investment. The unique ability to solicit new investors, transact offers, and efficiently manage hundreds of subscribed investors, all using a single platform, makes CrowdStreet an essential part of this Regulation A offering.”

Tore Steen, CEO of CrowdStreet, commented “We’re excited to partner with Impact Housing on the launch of the Impact Housing REIT offering, and expand the availability of social-responsible investments to investors of all types. We look forward to making this investment offering visible, accessible, and actionable to more than 100 million eligible U.S. investors.”

To learn more and take part in Impact Housing REIT investment offering please visit https://invest.impacthousing.com/.

About Impact Housing REIT, LLC

Impact Housing REIT, LLC is a company newly founded by Edward (“Eddie”) P. Lorin, a 30-year multifamily real estate veteran, focusing primarily on value-add and/or under-performing multifamily properties nationwide. The Sponsor, Strategic Realty Holdings (SRH), was formed by Eddie Lorin in 2014. Eddie Lorin, along with his core management team from Strategic Realty Capital (SRC), a private multifamily investment company co-founded by Eddie Lorin, come equipped with many years of experience in multifamily real estate. Since 2001, the Impact Housing management team, has participated, as Principal or Advisor, in the purchase and transformation of more than $3 Billion worth of multifamily real estate amounting to more than 180 communities with approximately 40,000 apartment units nationwide.

For more information about Impact Housing REIT and to invest in its $35 million Series A Offering, please visit: www.ImpactHousing.com, like us on Facebook, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter at @theGOODREIT.

About CrowdStreet

CrowdStreet is a leading real estate investing technology provider that is transforming fundraising by providing CRE firms a scalable platform for growing and managing a large investor-base. CrowdStreet’s platform enables online fundraising at scale, and also extends beyond the funding of a deal, cultivating and growing lifetime value for CRE firms through the building, managing and expanding of ongoing investor relationships. For additional information, please visit www.crowdstreet.com.


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One Warm Coat Kicks Off Its 25th Season Of Giving

Organization hopes to unite supporters to help provide 1 million coats this winter

Press Release – SAN FRANCISCO, [Sept. 18, 2017] – This week, One Warm Coat, a national non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing a free, warm coat to any person in need, kicks off its new season of giving celebrating a 25 year milestone of warming communities. Since its start in 1992, the organization has positively impacted communities and lives across the country by getting coats to millions of neighbors in need. Coats are distributed for free and without discrimination to anyone in need, including children, students, the homeless, working men and women, seniors on fixed incomes, those living in nursing facilities and so many others.

In the past 25 years, One Warm Coat has inspired tremendous giving and generosity among individuals and organizations:

  • One Warm Coat has facilitated more than 27,000 coat drives
  • Coat drives have been held in every state and 10 countries
  • To date, more than 5 million coats have been distributed
  • Funds are used efficiently, with an average of .50 per coat
  • More than 10,000 companies within different industries have worked with One Warm Coat, including Coca-Cola, Delta, Brooks Brothers, Glad and Eddie Bauer to name a few.

“We’re incredibly proud of our accomplishments – what started with one coat drive in San Francisco 25 years ago has spread warmth across the country with more than 27,000 coat drives,” said Jennifer Stockard, president and chief executive officer. “However, we realize that there is still a great need – nearly 50 million Americans are living in poverty — and we hope to encourage even more donations with our 25th Anniversary season and the help of our amazing supporters.”

One Warm Coat provides the tools and resources needed to hold a successful coat drive. All it takes is 6 easy steps! Once a drive is registered, One Warm Coat sends Ambassadors (individuals, schools, community groups, church groups and businesses) all of the materials needed to hold a successful coat drive, including a banner, box labels, stickers and more. Once coats are collected, they are distributed in the local communities, through One Warm Coat’s network of nonprofit partners, to any person in need, without charge, discrimination or obligation.

There are many ways to get involved with One Warm Coat. Individuals can hold a coat drive, donate a coat to a coat drive in their neighborhood or donate funds. Learn more by visiting onewarmcoat.org/youcanhelp. To make a donation right now, text “WARM” to 80100 to donate $10.00 or text “COAT” to 80100 to donate $5.00.

Share the warmth with @onewarmcoat using the hashtags #warmamillion, #igavewarmth #onewarmcoat

About One Warm Coat:

The organization began in 1992 with its first coat drive on a Thanksgiving weekend in San Francisco. Since its inception, One Warm Coat has grown as a national organization supporting over 3,500 coat drives each year. In dedicating the last 25 years to helping provide a warm coat to anyone in need, free of charge, OWC has received countless awards such as a Top-Rated Nonprofit by Great Nonprofits, a Gold Star Nonprofit by Guidestar and has partnered with companies such as Coca-Cola, Delta and Brooks Brothers just to name a few. You can learn more at: https://www.onewarmcoat.org/


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Wuji Announces Launch of Crowdfunding Campaign at UN General Assembly

Wuji Aims to Launch Operations Within Three Months of Meeting Crowdfunding Goal

Press Release – September 18th, 2017 – New York, NY – Wuji, the world’s first Eco-conscious ride-share company, today announced the launch of its crowdfunding campaign on Monday, September 18th at the U.N. General Assembly in NYC.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/wuji-the-world-s-first-eco-friendly-ride-share-technology#/

Wuji is dedicated to making a positive environmental and human impact by partnering with earth-friendly and progressive organizations such as Tesla Sustainable Villages, which is helping establish an off-grid sustainable HQ for Wuji in the Chicagoland area, and Treesisters.org, which empowers women to plant trees across the globe.

“My goal with Wuji is to model a new way for business to function. Moving into the future, businesses must aim to become regenerative models that give back to future generations. Today more than ever, people want to align their values with their spending habits, and Wuji is an easy way to vote with your dollar and be the change you want to see in the world,” said Stephen Cutter, CVO of Wuji.

As part of a commitment to providing a positive impact for riders and drivers beyond reducing greenhouse gas emissions, Wuji provides support for women and marginalized riders with safety features such as an integration with Guard Llama (as seen on ABC’s Shark Tank). It also offers fair and equitable opportunities for its drivers through equity-sharing programs (such as offering the opportunity to earn passive income by signing up new riders) and maintaining a driver representative on its board.

“Our grassroots organizational and financial model means we care about the planet and people alongside profits. Wuji’s goal is to have many people earn a fair living while being treated well. It also means we’ll give back to every community where we operate, letting riders donate by rounding up or adding $1 to give a ride to someone in need. It means playing a crucial part in transporting veterans to doctors’ appointments, elementary school students to community gardens and after school programs, and senior citizens to social engagements.”

Wuji’s Partnerships:

About​ ​Wuji,​ ​LLC

Wuji is the world’s first eco-conscious ride-share company dedicated to making a positive environmental and human impact. Our mission is to reduce carbon emissions and partner with organizations dedicated to restoring our planet’s health, both while providing safe and reliable access to transportation.


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Crowdfunding Platform Directory

This list of crowdfunding platforms does not purport to be complete, but it will include dozens of crowdfunding sites you can consider for your campaign, giving you plenty of candidates for fundraising.

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Investment Crowdfunding Sites (click on the Name/URL to see a more complete profile):

Name/URL Social Impact Focus
BankRoll Includes Social Impact
EarlyShares Includes Social Impact
Equity Net Includes Social Impact
Flashfunders Includes Social Impact
Funding Circle Includes Social Impact
Funding Circle US Includes Social Impact
Gust Includes Social Impact
Localstake Includes Social Impact
Milaap Social Ventures Pte Ltd Includes Social Impact
Mindfull Investors Includes Social Impact
OfferBoard Includes Social Impact
OurCrowd Includes Social Impact
Rabble Includes Social Impact
RedCrow Includes Social Impact
Seed Equity Includes Social Impact
SeedUps Canada Includes Social Impact
StartEngine Includes Social Impact
SunFunder Includes Social Impact
NextSeed Includes Social Impact

Crowdfunding Sites for Donations and Rewards (click on the Name/URL to see a more complete profile):

Name/URL Personal/Nonprofit/Socent/Other/Everything
Classy Socent/Nonprofit
ClassWallet.com Socent/Other
CommitChange Nonprofit
CureCrowd Other
Deposit a Gift Personal/Nonprofit
DonorsChoose.org Nonprofit
FreeFunder Personal
Fundly Personal/Nonprofit
FundRazr Personal/Nonprofit
Giveffect Inc. Nonprofit
GlobalGiving Nonprofit
GoFundMe Personal
HIPGive Socent/Other
Hispanics in Philanthropy Socent/Other
iFundWomen Socent/Other
Indiegogo Everything
IndieCrowdFunder.com Personal/Socent/Other
Kickstarter Socent/Other
Kickante Everything
Kimbia Nonprofit
LoveAnimals.org Nonprofit/Other
Patreon Personal/Socent
peerbackers Socent
PledgeCents Personal/Other
RallyMe Personal/Other
Razoo Personal/Nonprofit
RideToGive Personal
RocketHub Nonprofit/Socent/Other
Spotfund Nonprofit/Other
Watsi Nonprofit
Women You Should Fund Socent/Other
Women’s Worldwide Web (W4) Socent/Other
121Giving Nonprofit

Real Estate Focused Sites (click on the Name/URL to see a more complete profile):

Name/URL
CrowdVenture, LLC
Fundrise
GROUNDFLOOR
Loquidity
Patch of Land
Prodigy Network
RealtyMogul
Wellesley & Co.

If you know of a site that we should add to our list, please alert us here.

“Women You Should Fund” Profile

This profile is part of our crowdfunding site directory. If you have used the site and have comments you’d like to share with our readers, please share them below. If you are part of the company and see an error that needs correcting, please send us an email.

About Women You Should Fund:

Women You Should Fund is a rewards-based crowdfunding platform brought to you by Women You Should Know, a leading digital hub of women’s and girls’ empowerment.

After more than 5 years supporting and celebrating women, using the power of storytelling and story sharing to inspire a dynamic and evergrowing social community, we’ve expanded our mission. Women You Should Fund sets entrepreneurial ideas into motion by helping women and women-led teams make their products, projects, and business ventures a reality.

Now is the time to fuel the innovation of women entrepreneurs, to ignite the most direct form of investment, and to harness the power of our established, engaged community, which thrives on women and their allies supporting each other.

 

iFundWomen Profile

This profile is part of our crowdfunding site directory. If you have used the site and have comments you’d like to share with our readers, please share them below. If you are part of the company and see an error that needs correcting, please send us an email.

About iFundWomen:

iFundWomen is a crowdfunding platform for women-led businesses and their creative ideas. Our mission is simple: to close the extreme funding and confidence gap that exists today for female entrepreneurs.

‘Unstoppable’ Mom, Cancer Survivor Creates New Fertility App

This post was originally produced for Forbes.

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Have you ever had a question you wanted to ask a doctor but couldn’t find one to ask? Have you ever wanted a second opinion but decided it would take too long or cost too much?

Alice Crisci did. Unlike the rest of us who’d had such problems, she decided to do something about it. She founded Ovum Medical to provide MedAnswers, an iPhone app that gives patients direct access to doctors and other experts to answer questions. Crisci plans to launch Android and web versions of the service before the end of 2017.

She traces the history of the company to her own scare with cancer. “I was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was only 31 years old.” Three weeks after her cancer diagnosis she launched a nonprofit called Fertile Action.

Alice Crisci, MedAnswers

“When I was diagnosed with cancer I didn’t see a second opinion oncologist until I was already going through treatment. He didn’t even agree with the treatment plan that I was going through. So I connected the two oncologists in a conference call so I could hear both of their approaches.”

Last year, she came up with the idea for MedAnswers and began working to bring it to market. The app is already available for free in the App Store.

The app allows multiple experts, typically medical doctors, to offer answers and then to vote them up or down so users can see a consensus forming around the best answer.

Today, the company is conducting two simultaneous securities offerings to raise money, including a crowdfunding campaign via Start Engine. There, she set a goal of just $10,000 but has raised over $107,000.

For now, the app only provides answers in the fertility space but the plan is to broaden the reach of the experts organically until it covers the universe of health care questions. “We called it MedAnswers and not infertility answers or oncology answers because we want to help people in their moment of health care crisis,” Crisci says.

Jenifer Gausman, a life-long friend and committed investor in the company, says, “MedAnswers solves the information overload by less reliable sources by connecting patients to experts that answer their questions.”

MedAnswers, iPhone app

Christina Stramacchia got to know Crisci through a fertility group on Facebook. She is using the app and says, “I have posted several questions – response time is excellent, and the feedback is professional and informative. Many times the responses are aligned with my RE [reproductive endocrinologist] and nurse opinions. In some cases, when I present the information I have gathered on MedAnswers, they are able to elaborate on the explanation I was given on MedAnswers.”

Crisci explains that she has found experts in seven fields related to infertility who have signed up to provide answers on the app. The fields include reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists, geneticists, genetic counselors, psychologists, urologists and reproductive attorneys. [Insert your own joke about multiplying lawyers here.]

These are early days for the young social enterprise. The app launched in the App Store only in June. Crisci acknowledges that “we’re still newbies.”

Gausman says, “If Alice has her way, she will ensure every patient seeking fertility answers will have that access. She is unstoppable.”

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High School Football Teams Across America Unite To Raise Funds For St. Jude With Every Touchdown Scored

Pledge It and MaxPreps Kickoff 2nd Annual National Campaign for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®

Press Release – HARRISBURG, PA, September 11, 2017Pledge It, the nation’s leading performance-based crowdfunding platform and MaxPreps, the online high school sports leader and a CBS Sports Digital property, are joining forces to launch the 2nd annual Touchdowns Against Cancer program, the first-of-its-kind national high school football initiative aimed to unify teams across the country for a common cause: defeating childhood cancer. Last year, nearly 200 high schools from across the country raised over $100,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

In support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, every touchdown scored by participating high schools between September 14 – 30 will directly benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. High school teams nationwide will launch Pledge It campaigns enabling their fans to pledge a donation for every touchdown scored. Varsity high school football coaches can enroll their team on touchdownsagainstcancer.com. Fans of high school football everywhere are encouraged to recruit their coaches to participate. Funds raised through this campaign will benefit the lifesaving mission of St. Jude: finding cures and saving children.

“We witnessed so many special moments last year with high school student-athletes and their communities pledging their performance on Friday nights to support children and their families fighting childhood cancer. Together, we raised over $100,000 for St. Jude and we’re excited about the overwhelming response to join this year’s Touchdowns Against Cancer program,” said Scott Shirley, Founder & CEO of Pledge It. “Together with MaxPreps, we can create opportunities for teams to make a positive impact and empower them to help St. Jude defeat childhood cancer.”

“MaxPreps supports the role high school sports play in unifying local communities and teaching teens important life lessons through sports,” said Andy Beal, Founder and President of MaxPreps. “Every team has a player, parent, coach or classmate affected by cancer, and we are proud to partner with Pledge It and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to bring high school football teams and fans together, nationwide, to fight childhood cancer.”

“St. Jude is deeply appreciative of the incredibly compassionate varsity high school football teams, coaches and fans across the country who have set the standard for generosity by joining together each year for a common purpose: to help St. Jude find cures and save the lives of kids who are facing childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. We cannot thank them enough for their tremendous commitment to our mission,” said Richard Shadyac Jr., President and CEO of ALSAC, the fundraising and awareness organization for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. “This campaign, which launches during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, will help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital continue to push the search for cures, and ensure no family ever receives a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food, because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.”

To learn more about the program, visit touchdownsagainstcancer.com.


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You Won’t Believe What She Does After Her Breast Cancer Treatment

Alice Crisci was a healthy young woman. At age 31, before having a child, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Prior to beginning aggressive treatments that would make conceiving difficult, she had her eggs harvested and fertilized and had the embryos frozen. She then endured the agonizing treatment for the cancer.

Five years later, with a green light from her oncologist, she did a frozen embryo transfer and conceived on the first try. Alice delivered a baby boy she named Dante. Today, they are both healthy. But the story doesn’t end here.

Dante and Alice Crisci

Dante and Alice Crisci

She remembered that after she started chemo, she decided to get a second opinion, resulting in an important change to her treatment. She also remembered how difficult that was. She’d also learned that medical information on the web is at best generic, at worst wrong and most often unreliable. She started developing an app to allow people to ask questions of medical experts.

To fund the startup, she launched a regulation CF crowdfunding campaign on Start Engine and raised more than ten times her minimum goal of $10,000.

Starting with fertility questions, the MedAnswers app is now working, providing free, immediate answers to health questions.

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