The website expansion of the Positive Detroit Blog, Positive Cities, has been selected by Kickstarter as its newest funding project.
Kickstarter aims to let creative people of all kinds -- journalists, artists, musicians, game developers, entrepreneurs, bloggers -- raise money for their projects by connecting directly with fans, who receive exclusive access and rewards in exchange for their patronage. Kickstarter has received recent press from NPR and The New York Times.
All projects selected for the site are by invitation only. It is an honor and privilege to be granted this opportunity.
Kickstarter has already help fund $500,000 in projects and the site has only been in existence since April 2009.
Positive Cities' goal is to raise $41,700 by October 20, 2009. Because a pledging program is not complete (or fun) without giveways, there are several prizes I am handing out based on a tier of pledges.
Make sure to follow Positive Cities on Twitter and Facebook. New giveaways will be randomly announced throughout the pledge drive that are not currently listed on my Kickstarter page.
Curious? I bet you are.
Click Here for more details and to make a pledge.
I appreciate your continued support in helping further my mission to create a platform for communities, starting with Detroit, to interact, engage, and rediscover the love and pride within one's own backyard.
Please spread the word.
Thank You Kindly,