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Public health, powered by the people

$1.2M

PLEDGED BY CARING INDIVIDUALS

33

ACTIVE PROJECTS

8340+

COMMUNITY MEMBERS

43

COUNTRIES TOUCHED

OVERVIEW

4 easy steps

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  • Find a project

  • Make a Pledge

  • Spread the word

  • See your impact

FIND A PROJECT

What projects speak to you?

From projects intended to give the joy of motherhood to women in Malawi to repairing children’s hearts in India, you’ve got an amazing range of potentially life-changing projects to choose from, each rooted in a public health priority. Every project is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit and has been reviewed by an independent panel of experts.

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MAKE A PLEDGE

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Help a project meet its funding goal

Ordinary people, like you and me, can have an extraordinary impact on the lives of so many others. Pledge to help a project close to your heart meet its funding goals. Projects only receive funding if and when they reach their funding goals, so your support is crucial to its success.

SPREAD THE WORD

Share your support

Show your support for a project by sharing it on social media. By letting your friends, family, and colleagues know how they can contribute, you’ll help drive awareness -- and pledged donations -- towards pressing health needs.

SEE YOUR IMPACT

See the people you’ve helped

Making a pledge is just the start. Staying tuned-in allows you to view your project as it progresses. Project owners are encouraged to post updates often, so come back to check up with its progress. You can even get email updates by "following" your project.

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OUR EXPERTS

Advisory Panel

Our advisory panel is made up of a diverse group of distinguished experts, working pro bono. They review submitted projects, confirming that each submission responds to a genuine public health need. We're grateful to our advisors for their time and assistance.

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Academic Collaboration

CaringCrowd works with academic institutions like the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health to get guidance on public health priorities and materials, and help evolving the CaringCrowd platform. We are very thankful for the collaboration.

 

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