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Are you a SUPPORTER that wants to donate to a worthy cause?

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Thanks to our nonprofit Causability.org, Cause Creators get more money, choices, and control and Cause Supporters get more transparency. And everyone gets more community!

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Did You Know?

79% of all donations made in the United States are made by individual donors. That is why crowd-funding can be such an effective method of reaching your fundraising goals. Causability gives you the tools and support you need to raise funds that will make a difference in your community, and the world.

What is causability?

Causability is a community campaign-based crowdfunding platform with a philanthropic focus. It is powered by Causability.org, a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

About Us

Founded in 2021, Causability believes that every cause deserves love. Love is measured through the effect of your cause in the world, the environment, supporters and the ability to sustain itself over time.

Unlike other peer-to-peer platforms, Causability.fund offers:

peer to peer fundraising
easy donations

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Scholarship Rules

These scholarships are prohibited and if used, violate Causability’s terms of service. Your cause will be automatically be deleted from the platform.

  1. Any item claiming to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent an illness or condition (whether via a device, app, book, nutritional supplement, or other means).
  2. Contests, coupons, gambling, and raffles.
  3. Energy food, vitamins or health supplements and drinks.
  4. Offensive material (e.g., hate speech, encouraging violence against others, etc).
  5. Offering a genetically modified organism as a perk.
  6. Live animals. Perks cannot include live animals.
  7. Offering alcohol.
  8. Offering financial, money-processing, or credit services; financial intermediaries or cash-equivalent instruments; travel services (e.g., vacation packages); phone services (e.g., prepaid phone services, 900 numbers); and business marketing services.
  9. Political fundraising.
  10. Any nudity, graphic displays of body parts or pornographic material.
  11. Perks that promote discrimination, bigotry, or intolerance towards any and all marginalized groups.
  12. Perks that share things that already exist, or repackage a previously-created product, without adding anything new or aiming to iterate on the idea in any way.
  13. Resale. All perks must have been produced or designed by the project or one of its creators — no reselling things from elsewhere.
  14. Drugs, nicotine, tobacco, vaporizers and related paraphernalia.
  15. Violent materials such as images of weapons, replicas of weapons, and weapon accessories.
  16. Any perks that are deemed illegal, heavily regulated, or potentially dangerous for donors, as well as perks that the creator did not make.
  17. Previously copyrighted materials from any and all forms of literature, art or music.

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  • Create an emotional buy in.
  • Who am I? My organization? My story…Who is your audience? Who does this cause benefit?
  • What are my goals? What does success look like for this cause?
  • Why is this important to me, my community and the world?
  • How is this going to be implemented? Are their steps involved? What are the possible effects? Are the results measurable?
  • Why should someone get involved with this cause?
  • What else do they care about?
  • What makes this cause compelling?
  • Perks Terms & Conditions

    Causability prohibits all ‘cause based campaigns’ that are illegal, heavily regulated, or potentially dangerous for (users) donors, as well as any offered ‘perks’ (donation incentives) that the ‘creator’ did not make either physically or offered as digital downloads.

    1. Any item claiming to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent an illness or condition (whether via a device, app, book, nutritional supplement, or other means).
    2. Contests, coupons, gambling, and raffles.
    3. Energy food and drinks.
    4. Offensive material (e.g., hate speech, encouraging violence against others, etc.)
    5. Offering a genetically modified organism as a reward.
    6. Live animals. Campaigns can not include live animals as a reward.
    7. Offering alcohol as a reward.
    8. Offering financial, money-processing, or credit services; financial intermediaries or cash-equivalent instruments; travel services (e.g., vacation packages); phone services (e.g., prepaid phone services, 900 numbers); and business marketing services.
    9. Political fundraising.
    10. Any pornographic or sexually explicit material.
    11. Campaigns that promote discrimination, bigotry, or intolerance towards marginalized groups.
    12. Campaigns that share things that already exist, or repackage a previously created product, without adding anything new or aiming to iterate on the idea in any way.
    13. No resale. All ‘perks’ (donation incentives) must have been produced or designed by the project or one of its creators — no reselling things from others or elsewhere.
    14. Drugs, nicotine, tobacco, vaporizers, and related paraphernalia.
    15. Weapons, replicas of weapons, and weapon accessories.
    If your project involves something illegal, heavily regulated, or potentially dangerous for backers and it is not on this list, please contact us before starting your campaign.

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