This is an exciting time for “Team FansRaise”. As I mentioned previously, we are putting some finishing touches in place, but as of right this moment we have a fully functioning platform. This is due in part to the dedication and perseverance of the development team, which at this time is probably too up-to-their-elbows in code in order to read this.
When we set out to create FansRaise, our concept was pretty simple. We wanted to find a way that we could create tools around a crowdfunding platform that could be used to not only raise funds, but to also raise awareness, fan support, and the collective profile of all performing and pageantry arts organizations.
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve had numerous conversations with directors and active educators across the marching arts pertaining to a bit of an odd trend that I’ve noticed over the past few years following the marching activity.