Top 10 Campaigns of 2012
This list is just a small sample of the numerous amazing campaigns we saw on Crowdtilt last year. Many of our campaigns are private and therefore cannot be featured here (If you’d like to share your campaign, because it’s awesome and should belong on this list, please add it to the comments below!!).
Thank you for showing us how many people you could possibly cram into a party bus, house party, ski lodge, hotel room or any other place you deemed appropriate to have a good time.
Here we go:
Inspiring though it is, this list leaves out many other fundraisers we’ve seen on our site which have invaluably impacted people’s lives: Breaking-Good, Help Karl Kessel Keep His Comic Collection, Donations for Captain Klein, Don’t Mess With the Internet and many more.
All in all, 2012 was an exciting year for Crowdtilt. Since launching in February, we’ve watched all these amazing campaigns and more find their place on our site. In the meantime, we hit major and exciting milestones: a partnership with reddit, the addition of non-profit fundraising capability, and our API launch toward the end of the year.
Thank you for all of your support! We can’t wait to see what this new year has in store for you all :)
- The Crowdtilt Team