You will obtain a fundraising website to accept donations and share your campaign once Amber Fundme has approved it. It is easy to sign up, and every donation you receive is yours to keep, whether or not you meet your goal.
Amber Fundme makes it incredibly simple to raise money for the causes that are important to you. You will be able to tailor your campaign and share it with the people in your life in just a few minutes.
Our Customer Care team will be there to assist you with customer service.
Reaching your goal is ideal but does not limit you on our platform. In addition, your campaign will be able to accept donations even after your campaign goal is reached. The progress meter on your campaign will show that you have received more than your goal amount.
Successful contributions will also be recorded on your individual Amber Fundme account.
To locate and keep track of your contributions:
All your donations will be listed on your donations tab. If you do not see your donation listed here, then your donation attempt may have been unsuccessful.
By contributing to a campaign you are supporting an idea, project, or cause you care about. One of the amazing parts of crowdfunding is pitching in and helping ideas you'd like to see come to life! It's very rewarding to see projects that you fund go from idea phase, to seeing the stages of its development, and (if all goes according to plan) see the project be successful.
It's important to know that you are not buying an existing product.
Like anyone getting in on an early-stage project, you accept the risk that the project may experience changes, delays, unforeseen challenges, and it's possible that a project you fund might not come to fruition. We leave it up to you to make your own judgment about a campaign’s merits before making a contribution.
We've compiled the following list, as a starting point, to help you evaluate a campaign before making your contribution:
The More Information, The Better.
In order for a campaign to succeed, its team should have a thoughtful pitch that makes it clear how they will use the funds they raise to move their project forward. Campaigns that aren’t transparent with their story, goals, and project status tend not to attract contributors.
Before you contribute to any campaign, assess its story. Ask yourself a few questions:
Who Are The People Behind The Campaign?
The campaign owner and any team members will be listed on the campaigns page located below the Campaign picture. Click "About" to see more information about the campaign owner & it’s fundraising story.
If their background and motivation for the project are not clear in the pitch, you can always do a web search to learn more about their professional experience and how it may relate to the project.
What Is The Campaign Raising Money For?
The campaign’s pitch should be clear, transparent, and reflect the team’s passion and hard work.
Successful projects usually secure a strong funding base from close family and friends who know the campaign owners personally.