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Crowdfunding Platform For HBCUs and UNCFs

Crowdfunding Platform For HBCUs and UNCFs
Posted By: Charles Campbell on August 24, 2018

8/24/18

Crowdfunding Platform For HBCUs and UNCFs

A graduate of an HBCU created a Global Crowdfunding Platform that can help HBCUs and UNCFs raise funding to improve the quality of Black Student's Education. It's called EduiPay https://www.EduiPay.com

EduiPay allows Givers to register for free and generate a Payroll Deduction Form that gets emailed to their employer, who verifies the employee and sends the information to finance.

EduiPay allows Receivers to register for an annual fee to receive funding from Givers. The platform only allows Registered Givers to give money to Registered Receivers.

There is no approval process for Receivers. Givers must be employed to give money. The employees of HBCUs and UNCFs and Alumni coukd use EduiPay to give $10 each pay, they would raise a significant amout of funding.



Additionally, the founder is launching a 2018 Black African American Renaissance, which encourages groups of Black Students from different academic areas to collaborate to develop products and services and use EduiPay to raise money to fund their Entrepreneurial efforts. This will eliminate funding as a barrier.

Please register for free and contact your HBCU or UNCF and ask them to register, so that you, your family and friends can give them money using EduiPay.

Share EduiPay with your social media. We can and will uplift and empower ourselves without Fear or Greed.

Sincerely,


Charles E. Campbell, MSW, Founder & CEO (JSU 90) (YE Que 89)
Cuptoopia.com, Inc. (EduiPay) (CrimePays)
7108 Bennell Drive
Reynoldsburg, Ohio USA 43068
614-668-0327
EduiPay@gmail.com
https://www.EduiPay.com
http://www.CrimePays4Tips.com



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