About Crowdfunding with Campbell Law

Crowdfunding is a powerful tool for fueling initiatives through crowd-sourced philanthropic giving called “crowdfunding.” It is a way to generate excitement, inspire philanthropy, highlight the best of Campbell Law School, and connect our donors directly to the meaningful work being done on campus every day. Through crowdfunding, you and your team can partner with us on your projects and raise the funds you need to be successful. Together, we can provide a dynamic learning environment and embrace community involvement as a fundamental foundation of our mission.


We eagerly seek projects that:

  • Will be compelling to donors
  • Highlight outstanding students, projects, programs, etc.
  • Represent the Campbell University Mission 
  • Show impact
  • Have a committed project team
  • Have realistic (or scale-able) fundraising goals

A crowdfunding expert will provide training, guidance, and strategy sessions with project teams, to develop a specific strategy and unique plan for each project. If you are interested in being considered for the platform, please complete the application: 


Questions? Check out our FAQs below. For more information on Campbell Law Crowdfunding, please contact:


 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I participate as a donor?

Browse the projects and select one that you want to support. Select your gift level and complete the secure process. Then be sure to spread the word! You can share your support of Campbell Law School projects on social media and via email, encouraging others to support and increasing the projects chances of successfully raising its goal. 


Is my donation tax deductible?

All funds received will be deposited with and distributed through Campbell Law School, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Your payment may be considered a charitable contribution.  Please consult your tax advisor regarding the deductibility of charitable contributions.  


Where is my donation going?

Your donation will be deposited with Campbell Law School and distributed to your selected project team.  Gifts are subject to the Campbell Law School policies for donations. 


What if my project doesn't meet its funding goal?

If a funding goal is not met, the collected funds will still go to the project you selected to donate to.  


What if my project is overfunded?

If a funding goal is exceeded, the additional funds may be used towards the overall goals.


Who should I contact if I have questions?

Please Contact the Crowdfunding Director:  bohm@campbell.edu

If you experience any technical difficulties, please email USEED Support at:support@useed.org


How can I get my project funded through Crowdfunding?

You are welcome to join and apply using the following link: