HopeMob founder’s latest project uses celebrity influence for social good

HopeMobGoogleFlyerWhen he was 15, Shaun King was brutally assaulted during a hate crime. Three surgeries and a year-and-a-half later, he recovered from his injuries with a commitment to help those in need.

King is the founder of HopeMob, a nonprofit crowdfunding site dedicated to supporting charitable causes, organizations, and individuals around the world. HopeMob primarily funds smaller scale, focused projects and provides direct aid to recipients instead of just wiring money. Despite the proliferation of crowdfunding platforms, King felt that too many people remained underserved because they did not have the tech or social media savvy to wage effective campaigns.

“We founded HopeMob to fill holes that we saw in the crowdfunding space,” King said in an interview with VentureBeat. “I don’t see our competition as other crowdfunding sites, I see it as the ills of society that cause people harm and prevent them from living their best life.”

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