Startup Fundraising

A curated directory of resources, articles, podcasts, books, VC's, and angel investors to follow that will help you raise funding for your startup or business.

Crowdfunding Platforms


Patreon is recurring crowdfunding for creators and solopreneurs. With Patreon, your fans can fund your work by making a monthly contribution to your income. Thousands of creators and solopreneurs are earning full-time incomes through Patreon so they can produce their creative work full-time.


Teespring makes it easy to create, sell, and order custom products with the power of crowdfunding. You design your product, Teespring manufactures and fulfills orders of it once a certain number of people buy it, and you get the profits from every sale.


Celery is a platform for online pre-orders, custom crowdfunding websites, and ecommerce. Companies like Pebble and TIMEX have used Celery to power their pre-order and crowdfunding campaigns.


RocketHub is a crowdfunding platform for business, science, art, and social good. The site makes it super easy to get a crowdfunding campaign up and running and provides excellent resources to help you run a successful campaign too.


Indiegogo wants to turn entrepreneurship into a right by giving everyone in the world the opportunity to raise money to fund and grow their businesses and creative projects. Entrepreneurs and creators have raised more than $950,000,000 in total on the platform.


GoFundMe is the world’s largest personal fundraising website. Businesses and individuals can raise money on GoFundMe for whatever purpose they need or see fit. More than $2,000,000,000 has been raised through GoFundMe.


A crowdfunding platform dedicated to bringing creative projects and businesses to life. Successful games, clothing brands, food products, and more have raised tens of thousands of dollars to millions of dollars on Kickstarter.