Crowdfund Your Project to Raise Money – Featuring ACRI

Crowdfunding campaigns continue to raise billions of dollars from around the world. They are one of the largest sources of revenue for many nonprofits. This type of fundraising continues to grow. With the aid of social media, crowdfunding has become the largest financial source for new projects. Crowdfunding equals social media and email marketing for the campaign team, but it is well worth the effort.

What’s unique about UHelp is that it provides a crowdfunding mentor for every project! The mentor guides the campaign owner through the creation and the GO LIVE launch of their campaign.  This unique, human feature of UHelp allows you to develop customized projects, with social media strategies tailored to your creative or nonprofit cause.  The successful fundraising depends upon the campaign design and even more so on the owner’s willingness to build out the their audience and follow the mentor’s proven strategy.

Let’s take a look at a nonprofit, ACRI, that is working to raise awareness for their cause.

What is ACRI?

According to Murray Famuditimi, Executive Director of the Afro Canadian Relief International, “ACRI is an organization committed to raising awareness for violence against women.” Founded by Murray Famuditimi, the ACRI seeks to educate the international community about violence against women by teaching preventative measures and responsive techniques to these unfortunate kinds of situations. Mr. Famuditimi further explained, “We host courses, seminars, and conferences to distribute information and awareness about violence against women.”

Mr. Famuditimi advised,

“If there is any element of violence, the woman must speak. The best way to treat violence is to talk. Don’t keep silent.”

UHelp Crowdfunding Mentor 

We contacted Mr. Famuditimi after he started his project and reviewed his video images, the pitch of his campaign and his perks. Mr. Famuditimi explained his pitch more clearly, “Contributing to this project will enable ACRI to significantly decrease violence against women at a grass-roots level while promoting the awareness of violence against women, as well as women’s rights. We’re going to invite communities to attend, to raise awareness, to encourage women to speak.”

His next step is to Get Social! Develop his social media skills to share their project with people all around the world. Use platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and all other social media to get exposure for your project. If people don’t know, they won’t donate!


Crowdfunding is an integral part of your organization. It is a full-time job, and it requires expert strategies for networking and promotion. Go to and sign up to create your project today. We offer a mentor to guide your campaign from beginning to end.

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For more tips on managing your nonprofit, Darian Heyman’s book, Nonprofit Management 101: A Complete and Practical Guide for Leaders and Professionals, sets the definitive groundwork for leading a successful nonprofit. Heyman covers every topic from fundraising to marketing. While this handbook provides a great reference source, visit YouHelp to learn how to begin a successful crowdfunding campaign for your nonprofit.

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