The Center for Independent Documentary has chosen Mimoona as the service provider for their new documentary-focused crowdfunding platform.
Mimoona is one of a number of white-label crowdfunding platforms that enable entrepreneurs to launch a crowdfunding platform quickly and easily. Mimoona takes 2.5% of total funds raised on any platform they support. Mimoona co-founder Arik Marmorstein explained the platform in a comment on Crowdfund Insider…
Mimoona’s is much more than a crowdfunding whitelable, it is the next frontier in the crowdfunding world: Our “plug & fund” enables any website to easily deploy a fully functioning crowdfunding platform on the site itself and adjust the look and feel to match the site’s in 30 minutes. That way, the site’s users will be able to fund as well as start a crowdfunding campaign related to the site’s domain. Also, the website owner can upload unlimited crowdfunding campaigns of its own. No set-up fee no fixed monthly fee.
CID’s platform is a rewards-based platform that allows any documentary filmmaker to list on the site. Both fixed and flexible funding options are available.
The Center for Independent Documentary was founded in 1981 to collaborate with independent producers to create films and videos on issues of contemporary social and cultural concern. These programs have been broadcast nationally and locally on public and cable television, won numerous awards, and are in distribution to educational markets worldwide.
At a Massaachusetts state house ceremony, the Center was awarded the Commonwealth Award as Outstanding Cultural Organization in Massachusetts by the Massachusetts Cultural Council for excellence, dedication, and vision in giving voice to independent New England documentary filmmakers and for broadening the audience of this medium.