Neighbor.ly lets you invest in the places and civic projects you care about.
KickStarter, with a focus on the Creative Arts, keeps things simple. In order to receive the funding needed, a project must reach or exceed its funding goal or no money changes hands.
RocketHub describes themselves as a grass roots crowdfunding site, Rockethub’s focus is within the creative arts.
Fundbreak is an Australian crowdfunding website, with the all or nothing funding model.
IndieGoGo offers a wide variety of creative art funding categories, with projects in everything from Inventions to Gaming to Mobile Apps to Performing Arts.
CoFundos operates on the basis of pledges, to create an open source software projects.
Spot.us is one of the best known of the journalism-specific crowdfunding sites.
Emphas.is started last year and still in beta, it dedicates itself solely to photojournalism projects and has a partnership with Reporters Without Borders.
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