Ellie Dog Wear Set To Launch Dog Clothing Crowdfunding Campaign

  The crowdfunding campaign will be launched 8/01/16 and will give people the chance to purchase amazing new fashion wear for their dogs.     Ellie Dog Wear is pleased to announce they will be launching a new crowdfunding campaign that will give dog lovers the chance to purchase some amazing new fashion wear for their dogs.   The fashion wear is available to see by visiting the official website (http://elliedogwear.com/). Ellie Dog Wear is giving people the chance to win free dog wear by simply visiting the official site and entering their email details. Three lucky winners will receive free dog clothing before the official fashion line is released.   Ellie Dog Wear official Facebook page is keeping people up to date with the latest news (https://www.facebook.com/elliedogwear/)   The dog clothing company aims to become one of the most recommended for dog lovers wanting to dress up their pets.   To learn more about Ellie Dog Wear, please visit http://elliedogwear.com






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Naab Design Announces Models Without Homes

  Using models that are the homeless. We gift them a T-shirt and ask them to model for our products There are 564,708 people that experience homelessness on any given night in the United States. We cannot fix this problem easily, but we want to change the way in which people think about the homeless. Most countries provide a variety of services to assist homeless people. They often provide food, shelter and clothing and may be organized and run by community organizations (often with the help of volunteers) or by government departments. These programs may be supported by the government, charities, churches and individual donors. Naab Design wants to take part by creating an initiative to help the homeless. Naab Design gifted their designed T-shirts to the homeless of Los Angeles and asked them to model for them. The experience has changed both our perception of the homeless, and how they see themselves. All of products are made in US and printed on American Apparel T-shirts and Tank-Tops. Naab Design needs your help to expand this project to other cities and countries. They are also working on a short documentary of the experience and to raise the awareness of homelessness.[…]






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New Crowdfunding Campaign Launched To Support A Browser-Based Game

The new browser game will allow players from all around the world to compete against each other   A new crowdfunding campaign has been launched to bring gamers together from all around the world. Coup-de-tat is a browser based game that will allow gamers to compete against each other. Experts have already said this could become one of most exciting online games of 2016.   The campaign has been launched on Kickstarter by Our-Growth where they are launching to raise $500 to launch the game. There are a number of packages available to say thank you to supporters including, a fight pack.     Game details:   Coup-de-tat is a browser-based game where players are enslaved by alien invaders. Players are given the choice to remain loyal to their alien masters and receive powerful rewards by hunting down humans who’ve escaped their worldwide compounds. Escapee’s who rebel against their diabolical scheme, gather and organize in an underground uprising to overthrow their evil opponents, fighting to take back their planet. Players will nominate presidential and government candidates to lead them in their rebellion, yet presidents have the option to deceive their warriors by switching sides during battle thus committing treason.  […]






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Crowdfunding Campaign Launched To Renovate a 200-year-old wooden blockhouse

  The campaign aims to help a family achieve their dreams of moving out of their current home     A new crowdfunding campaign has been launched to renovate a 200-year-old woodend blockhouse. The campaign aims to raise $25,000 and has been set up by Carl-Philip Hänsch on the Indiegogo platform.     Carl-Philip Hänsch set up the campaign so they could renovate the wooden blockhouse and move out of their current property, which is a flat inside a concreate panel building. The married father of one explained that his wife struggles to climb the stairs to the floor with their flat on.   “I want to make a better life for my wife instead of having to live in a tony flat where she has to climb a large number of stairs when she returns home.”   Carl-Philip has found a 200-year-old wooden blockhouse but it needs a great deal of work to it to make it liveable.   The work that needs doing includes:     ·       Insert new windows ·       repair some clay plaster on the facade ·       add some environment-friendly thermal insulation under the floor (which is raw earth in the moment) ·       in this step[…]






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