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Have an idea to make Pittsburgh's Northside thrive? Need some cash to bring your idea to life?

The ioby One Northside Crowdfunding Challenge is here to give a boost to residents (that's you!) taking an active role in shaping life in the Northside. If you're working on a project that makes your Northside neighborhood greener, healthier, more sustainable, or more vibrant, you may be eligible to get your fundraising dollars doubled when you crowdfund your project with ioby!

Anyone—nonprofits, schools, informal groups, and individuals—can receive one-on-one fundraising coaching and dollar-for-dollar matching funds up to $10,000 on their ioby crowdfunding campaign in support of projects that build the Northside's positive future. Share your project idea below to get started fundraising and doubling your dollars.

Start a fundraiser of your own to be featured here! 

Share your Idea 

How does it work? 

When you crowdfund on ioby for a project that is eligible for this match, donations will be doubled instantly so you can raise the money you need twice as fast. If someone donates $25, your page will reflect a donation of $50!

To get started, just share your project idea with us and we'll reach out to confirm that your project is eligible to be matched. Once you've been approved, you can get started crowdfunding and doubling your donations! This match is first come, first served, so the sooner you can get your campaign off the ground the better chance you'll be able to get up to $10,000 in donations matched. 

Completely new to ioby and crowdfunding? Click here to learn more about ioby! 

Is your idea eligible? 

For more details on eligibility and how this match works, read our match FAQ.

Support a Northside Leader Below

Check out some of the projects that have already been funded on the Northside and across Pittsburgh.