Causora, the New Crowdfunding Marketplace Allows Users to turn their skills into money for Charity
01/25/2013

New Innovative Way to Donate Without Giving Money

Online PR News – 25-January-2013 – Los Angeles, CA – Causora.com has launched the first of its kind online marketplace where people can turn their passions and skills into charitable donations. This pioneering new website offers users an enhanced way to volunteer, donate and give back to their favorite cause without spending a dime. Through the power of Causora, everybody can now take the burden off their wallets and give back in the most natural way.
This new model of crowdfunding allows users who are, for example, skilled accountants, yoga instructors, musicians or designers to sell their talents to another user on the online marketplace. Once purchased, all net proceeds go directly to their charity of choice.

As of today, over 100 nonprofit organizations and celebrity foundations have already signed up and users have submitted offers close to $100,000 within two weeks after launch. Services span from travel advice, computer support, yoga lessons, model shoots, and cooking classes. Charities benefiting from the new platform vary from organizations such as, Friends of the Orphans, Physicians for Peace, Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, and Artists for Trauma.

Kai Buehler, CEO of Causora.com comments, “Causora is creating a new stream of donations for charitable organizations and an effective way for people to support their favorite cause without always having to open up their wallet. Causora is empowering users to make an impact on the world while doing what they already love to do.”

For more information and to turn your passion into good, go to www.causora.com
About causora
causora is a marketplace that is rethinking crowdsourced philanthropy. causora enables users to support their favorite cause by turning their talents and skills into donations. The company was founded in late 2012 and is the first marketplace that creates a new stream of donations for nonprofit organizations and causes by monetizing the skillset of their supporters. The company is Doing Good and is based in Los Angeles - Hollywood, CA. To learn more about causora and to sign up, visit http://www.causora.com