How to Use Sixpence App
Sixpence App allows users to create and support campaigns that use roundup crowdfunding to benefit causes that they care about. This blog is your master guide to using Sixpence App - it's really simple, we promise!
The Foolproof New Year's Resolution Solution
Do you resolve to be more generous in 2019? We at Sixpence admire that. The gift of giving not only helps others, but it helps you, too. It’s the perfect New Year's Resolution. Our own New Year's Resolution is to enable that generosity; to make it…
What to Do When No One Donates to Your Fundraiser
On Giving Tuesday, something is unlocked in people that makes them want to donate to fundraisers and crowdfunders. After filling bellies on Thanksgiving Thursday, snatching at luxuries on Black Friday, and spending ludicrous amounts on Cyber Monday,…
Use Sixpence to Bring Relief to Victims of the California Camp Fire
Smoke packs the air where I live. Just one hundred miles away from where I write this is a place called Paradise that’s now been scorched from the map by a monstrous wildfire. It struck rapidly, spreading at a rate of 80 football fields per minute…
Sixpence's Hurricane Florence Relief Fundraiser
When Hurricane Florence ripped through the Carolinas, it left behind up to $50 billion of ruin. Moody’s Analytics ranks Hurricane Florence as one of the top ten costliest hurricanes in history.
Using the Sixpence Community Map to Crowdfund, No Matter Your Popularity
My first taste of community crowdfunding occurred while I was walking home from a pharmacy. As I walked out of the drug store's doors, I heard a woman’s voice shout from behind me, “Hey! How are you doing!?”
How It All Began
The Story Begins
Content Creators: How to Avoid Algorithms’ Financial Consequences
With the ever-changing fluctuation of the Facebook algorithm and YouTube demonetization policies, the two sites are becoming foreboding atmospheres for users trying to create internet-based careers.
How to Use Sixpence to Raise More Money for Your Classroom
Classroom Fundraising: No More Buying Cookie Dough The average teacher spends $500 of their own income each year on classroom expenses such as books, supplies, technology, or even food and clothing for underprivileged students. Surprisingly, one in…