Causes4Kids {Sponsored Post}


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We know that education and learning continues when the school day ends and there are a lot of parents and guardians out there who can use a little help paying for various activities and learning opportunities. Faced with buying food or paying for music lessons or summer camp should not be an either/or decision when it comes to a kid’s education!  That is where Causes4kids comes in. 

Causes4kids is a new fundraising website which allows families with kids K-12 to raise money from friends, family, colleagues and the public to pay for extra-curricular activities.

While we don’t expect an end to car washes and bake sales, we are confident that Causes4kids will prove to be an excellent option for parents and guardians to raise much-needed money to fund all-important after school and extracurricular activities for their kids. We’ve designed-in helpful tools that make it easy to promote Causes and our low administrative fee does not go up to penalize you if you don’t reach your funding goal.

There are new crowdfunding websites popping up every day, and for good reason. We are a generous and compassionate group of people; always ready to step forward and help another person in need. But while the vast majority of crowdfunding sites allow people to fund just about anything, the focus of Causes4kids is and will always be: kids and education.

If you have a kid with an after school need, we urge you to try raising money through Causes4kids  And if you have the heart and financial means to help a deserving kid, please browse or search Causes by category, location or special circumstances. Making a difference in kids’ lives has never been easier.

You can help spread the word about Causes4kids by ‘Liking’ us on Facebook, sharing a link with friends and family or simply telling others about this great new crowdfunding site for kids.

Click here to find out more information on how to start or fund a cause.

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