I dare U
Published on April 15, 2014 um 11:19
Summary of your idea
I dare U is a micro-crowdfunding platform with a fun twist. Suppose you have a friend that has a special talent, or is afraid to do something, it can be going to the university dressed like a chicken or singing in public or anything that suppose a fun challenge with a good purpose. Using I dare U you dare your friend to do the challenge you will. You set a prize of money on the challenge. If together with your friends you are able to raise that small amount of money, your friend has to do the challenge. The money raised goes to a social project that you chose. I dare U we put the fun in crowdFUNding !!!
Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development
I dare U will make people overcome theirs fears. A micro-crowdfunding platform that makes people overcome their fears and in the same time helps social projects. We believe that social is a way of doing business. It is not only about helping the community in a direct way.
Plans for implementation and sustainability
So we have the young people. They want to have fun and see their friend do these challenges. We get to them through our marketing campaign, going at parties. They raise money that goes to social project. A small amount ( around 7%) of that money goes to I dare U. We want this to work as a business not as a charity. We want to be financially independent.
I 20 years old and I am Romanian, I have been leaving in Spain since five years ago. Right now I am finishing my Aerospace Engineering Degree in Madrid. I see this project as a personal challenge. My only expectation is learning as much as I can. This project represented an opportunity to do something else than going to class every day, a challenge to make the world a better place and an alternative to the usual path of an graduate engineering student. I had an amazing experience working with the I dare U team and hopefully it will keep going like this.
Stage of Idea
Your idea has a positive impact on
environment, poverty reduction, cultural diversity , youth