Crowdfunding a School in Otoase Nsawam

James Gadson travels several times a year to East Africa. He has been working with a few orphanages and small villages His plan is to get $35,000 to help finish a much needed school in Otoase Nsawam. The funds will be used to complete building construction, desks, books, a school bus and provide a small budget for full time staff. The facility, once complete, will have clean water, provided by a pure water system and off grid solar power. He wants to finish this project, however funds are running low.

Long term benefit:
Underprivileged communities would have education extended to children who would consequently be future leaders of the community and the peaceful nation of Ghana at large.

You can support this project herehttps://www.gofundme.com/nsawam

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Crowdfunding: 100 Days 100 Books Giveaway

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The 100 Days 100 Books giveaway is a  summer campaign. In the United State Nearly half of the US adults who are in the lowest level on the literacy scale are living in poverty (between 41% and 44%). In addition to poverty so many other challenges in life can be directly correlated to literacy.

In an effort to contribute to the solution we are launching the 100 Days 100 Books Summer Reading Campaign and giving away a free book to a child in need for every book that is purchased at Ladoneya.com   The  workshops, Book Readings and Events are geared towards exciting the imagination and inspiring children to dream and create through reading and writing. Constance Dixon is the author and creator of this project

Support the project here

     https://www.gofundme.com/100days100books

Our Crowdfunding craze: Gold rush all over again?

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Crowdfunding craze: Gold rush all over again?

Higher returns are a big draw for small-time investors, but there’s little recourse if things go wrong

It was a simple concept that first drew financial analyst James Yeo to crowdfunding – the chance to earn bumper returns when decent yields from other investments were pretty hard to come by.

Mr Yeo (not his real name) made his first investment on a peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform late last year, putting up a $1,000 loan to a seafood wholesaler that was raising funds to buy and farm hairy crabs. The lure? A handsome annual return of 23 per cent.

Mr Yeo, who has received repayments for nine of the 12-month loan tenure, tells The Sunday Times: “It’s good that in crowdfunding, I have control over my risk through my choice of loans. It’s as though I’m playing the role of a bank in choosing which companies I want to lend to.

Here is why this article is important: Many of you are interested in investing in crowdfunding loans. This is a great article about the things you should consider first. 

Read the rest of the article here: http://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/crowdfunding-craze-gold-rush-all-over-again

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