RVA Crowdfunding Roundup: September 2016 

click to enlarge GOFUNDME
  • GoFundMe

Project: Jackson Ward Community Garden

The Pitch: "Historic Jackson Ward wants a Community Garden but we need your help!"

Status: $844 of $2,700 goal

Check out GoFundMe for more info.


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  • IndieGoGo

Project: "A Krampus Carol" Coloring Story Book and More

The Pitch: "Get what you deserve! With 'A Krampus Carol: Create-Your-Own-Adventure Adult Coloring Book' & Carol"

Status: $335 of $3,000 goal with 30 days left to go.

Check out IndieGoGo for more info.

click to enlarge RESURGENT SKATEBOARDS
  • Resurgent Skateboards

Project: Resurgent Skateboards: Redefining Skateboards

The Pitch: "An innovative, high performance skateboard, ultra durable, long awaited enhancement to the skateboard industry."

Status: $2,190 of $4,500 goal with 4 days left to go.

Check out Kickstarter for more info.

 

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  • David Landis

Project: Desktop Gremlins Papercraft: Spooky Monsters

The Pitch: "A few simple cuts and they stand right up! Artist and Scholastic author, David Landis, presents a new breed of SPOOKY papercraft fun!"

Status: $746 of $1,000 goal with 12 days left to go.

Check out Kickstarter for more info.

 

Project: My Life as a Teenage Octopus

The Pitch: "A literal fish out of water attempts to survive high school gym class."

Status: $215 of $3,000 goal with 12 days left to go.

Check out IndieGoGo for more info.

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