Users spend their time to donate funds by taking surveys, watching video as part of a revenue share program.
A portion of the population is left out of crowdfunding due to the need for disposable income. FeedThe Arts is creating an opportunity for fans to contribute to an Artist’s project by donating their TIME rather than money.
It’s safe to say that a good part of the community logs many hours a day on the computer. Fifteen minutes a day is all that is needed to participate in Time Funding. Membership is easy and costs nothing to join and be involved. Turning the donated time into real currency for the artist and service provider is easy. FeedTheArts uses their advertising program to fund the projects as the fans earn the virtual currency called “Helping Hands.” Service Providers can feel secure, as there is no SEC or Job Acts involvement because it’s actually the company’s money that is shared for the project funding.
Currently, FeedTheArts.com is the first site of it’s kind. In the near future,
Time Funding will expand to not only cover Art, Literature, Music, Acting, Photography, etc., but will soon grow to include Time Funding of businesses, real estate, non-profit organizations, charitable causes and more.