Cyberbegging for disabilities is becoming more and more popular. Here are a few sites that help those in need. Cyberbegging for disabilities isn’t anything to be ashamed about, the world is full of caring angels who want to help.
This website helps people advertise and organize a fundraising cause dearest to them.
A fairly large organization, with facebook feed support and a streamlined mobile interface.
Please just note that Fundly highly favors those with legitimate causes – building a school, supporting the arts and International support.
This website differs from the above as it is what it says it is. Anyone can “beg” on here for anything really. People see your request and decide if they would like to donate to you.
This site is perfect for those who need to start a free fundraising platform. This platform is also backed by a donor protection guarantee. Whatever your need, everything goes – school fees, medical bills, and disaster relief.
This site has been featured in the NY Times, CBS evening news, WGN News and many more. Easy to use and no web design skills needed.
Create your page, share your story and make money.
“My savior has been Rally.org., an amazing crowdfunding site that allows me to build a community from all of my separate networks and a team of supporters who are excited about this opportunity as I am”=Charity Sanders, US Deaf Athlete
Raise funds for a project or good cause on this site.
“Millions of people around the world visit Indiegogo to find clever and unconventional things that solve everyday problems large and small. By giving entrepreneurs everywhere a platform to launch new and groundbreaking products, we help surface innovations in tech, and much more, all before they go mainstream.”
This site is for anyone who needs a helping hand.
“When life has placed you in a situation where surviving seems impossible…turn to other giving souls who understand your struggle. 2Hands Helpers. There have been over 40,000 people who have found amazing helpers who changed their lives. No need is more important than another. Whatever the need. Whatever the reason.”