Fund A Project

How do you support a project?

Backing a project is more than just pledging funds to its creator. It’s pledging your support to see more black endeavors taking shape in the world. Backers that support projects on Black Crowd Funders get an up-close and intimate look at the innovation process of the project creator.

The community can support projects by helping them come to life. Each project has reward levels based on the dollar amount being pledged. Backers select the reward they are interested in receiving and make a financial pledge to support the project. Rewards vary from project to project, but they often include a sample of what is being produced or a unique reward specific to the project.

Another way to support a project is to help spread the word to your family and friends, on social media networks and so on.

When and how do you get your rewards?

Project creators will communicate on their project page the method that they will use to deliver the rewards and when backers should expect to receive them. The date (month and year) is entered by project creators as their best guess for delivery to backers.

Estimated delivery dates are not firm ship dates. It’s the project creator’s responsibility to complete their project and communicate with backers when they can expect to receive rewards.

Who Is Responsible For The Project ?

The creators you see on Black Crowd Funders have complete control over their projects. They are responsible for all aspects of running the campaign.

It’s the project creator’s responsibility to complete the project—Black Crowd Funders is not involved in the projects themselves in any capacity. Black Crowd Funders does not guarantee projects or investigate a creator’s ability to complete the project.

Ultimately you as a backer decide the validity and worthiness of a project when you choose whether to fund it or not.

Looking for more information on the project creator? Read the project page description thoroughly, watch the video, and review the creator’s social media and web sites to get a better sense of the person or people behind the project.