CrowdFundEDU was a social funding platform for students, educators, schools and youth organizations to crowdfund for educational purposes.
People held fundraisers online to accept contributions for anything related to education— tuition, student loans, books and supplies, equipment, events, activities, etc— for grades K-12, colleges, universities, trade & vocational schools, after-school programs, certifications, seminars, workshops, camps, extracurricular activities and more.
This program is now closed.
Learn more about how you can help support our other programs for children and education.
Student Body of America Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to support children and education. There are several ways you can help support our programs:
All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by state law. Your contributions help our programs to support children & education!
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Use GoodSearch for everyday activities like searching the web and shopping online.
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Student Body of America Association interviewed Loreen Arbus, an Award Honoree for the upcoming 2016 PIFA Awards Show, a high profile event to recognize and honor outstanding individuals who have dedicated their lives to giving back, and celebrate paying it forward and inspire others to take action. Loreen Arbus holds the trailblazing distinction of being the first woman to head programming for a U.S. network, a feat accomplished twice (Showtime and Cable Health Network/Lifetime). A disability rights activist, philanthropist, producer,...read more
Student Body of America Association is very pleased to announce it has received a grant from C&S Wholesale Grocers to support their Project Pay it Forward program to inspire the youth to realize their true potential to make a positive impact by volunteering and participating in community service. “We are honored to be selected for this grant by C&S Wholesale Grocers Corporate Giving Program,” said Amy Mintz, President of Student Body of America Association, “this funding has helped immensely to further advance and...read more
Student Body of America Association is pleased to announce it has received in-kind contributions from Big Island Candies to support the Project Pay it Forward program. Project Pay It Forward fosters positive youth development through easily accessible character education curriculum and resources, educational videos, interactive platforms for youth participation, positive incentives for youth paying it forward, and community events to promote and raise awareness for causes that support youth involvement. The purpose of this program is to...read more
Lucia Kaiser, Honorary Ambassador of Project Pay It Forward, speaks at event in New York.read more
Highlights from Project Pay It Forward’s community and film screening event in Manhattan with local representatives, nonprofit leaders, educators and students.read more
Student Body of America Association Founder gives grant to youth at Project Pay It Forward event.read more
Student grantees are interviewed at Project Pay It Forward Event.read more
Event speakers at the Project Pay It Forward community event in Manhattan included local representatives, nonprofit leaders and educators.read more
Student Body of America Association is very pleased to announce it has received a grant from the Robbins-de Beaumont Foundation to support their Project Pay it Forward program to inspire the youth to realize their true potential to make a positive impact by volunteering and participating in community service. “We are honored to be selected for this grant by Robbins-de Beaumont Foundation,” said Amy Mintz, President of Student Body of America Association, “this funding has helped immensely to further advance and expand the...read more