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Using Crowdswell

  1. Start

    1. Start

    Think up a project that will make your community better and start a Swell for it.

    Creating a new skate park. Revitalizing a public space. Designing the next big thing in public art. Create a Swell to explain your idea. Don't worry; other users will help you refine it.

  2. Swell

    2. Swell

    Contribute and share it on social media to swell demand for a solution.

    Get the ball rolling by sharing it and giving a few bucks. Start a matching fundraising challenge to get people excited. The faster the swell of support grows, the faster the solution arrives!

  3. Solve

    3. Solve

    Whenever the swell of support provides enough incentive, it gets done!

    It doesn't matter if it's a large project a nonprofit is handling, or a community idea that individuals are spearheading. It's the same process—the project gets done whenever there is enough support behind it.

Recent Supporters

  • Elaine Serrano
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  • Jake Miller
  • Laura Ferguson
  • Kaitlyn Aliota
  • Jo Seely
  • Christian Eifert
  • Katie McCalden
  • Susan Engel
  • Drake Mesenbrink
  • Douglas Moneybags
  • Eric Dahl
  • Rich Flood
  • The Bearing Project
  • Sam Evans
  • Melissa Castle
  • Doug Griggs
  • Jess Cameron
  • Bejjani Family Foundation
  • David Chang
  • Brian Ackerman
  • Catie Bergman
  • Jess Griggs
  • Justin Goffinet
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  • Dana Stiegemeier
  • Gerard Fischer
  • Tony Higley
  • Kendra Ann Sherrill
  • Robert Swang