Charidy for Personal Causes
We know that you can change the world. And we want to help.
Design and launch your own crowdfunding campaign, anywhere, anytime, and for any cause. From medical emergency to gift registry, you don’t have to be a Nonprofit to work with Charidy.
Galvanized giving when tragedy strikes and the unthinkable happens.
Inspiring “supernatural” responses to natural disasters.
Helping families and friends help families and friends.
Celebrate your special day by giving your friends the opportunity to donate in your honor to your favorite cause.
Our Vetting Process
With a selective process, we work with causes that possess three critical components of which qualify a personal cause for success and the ability to push past your personal network and into a wider community of donors.
For a campaign to succeed in crossing the rift between one’s personal networks and a broader community - the ‘why’ – must motivate, inspire and compel. A campaign must express a human need, one that can relate to anyone. The donor should be able to understand there is an honest need for help and an attainable solution in which they can actively play a role.
A core network, or community, of supporters who will give and share to build initial and critical momentum. These networks can be family and friends, work colleagues, neighbors, like-minded activists in a related space, religious community, or others.
Your campaign must be credible. In our experience, an individual’s cause faces higher than average skepticism despite its credibility. To assert integrity you must be able to get references from respected members of the community and the assistance of a nonprofit for the management of funds.
In combining these three core components, a campaign is immeasurably more likely to inspire the wider community to contribute and ensure a successful campaign.
If you believe your cause fits these criteria please click below!
Tip Payment Model
As a way to give back to the community and make our impact in the world, Charidy offers personal cause campaigns for free. Charidy’s revenue comes from working with nonprofit organizations, allowing us to service the needs of personal causes with 0% platform fees. Ensuring that the maximum amount of money is provided to personal causes in the most dire of times.
To grow this service even further we offer the option for donors to ‘tip’ the platform a percentage of the funds donated.
Charidy Personal Cause Stories
Kehaty Family Fund
Campaign Date: March 11, 2015
A heart condition prevented Nadiv Kehaty from getting life insurance. In the days following his tragic passing, an entire community rallied together to raise essential funds for the wife and children, who must now live without him.
Number of Donors: 2327
Amount Raised: $ 702,398
Give Dinush a Chance
Campaign Date: November 12, 2016
Born with a congenital disorder that connected her lungs and esophagus, Dinush had never been able to eat or drink. Thanks to the contributions from 5,306 members of the global Charidy community, over $450,000 was raised to provide a life saving surgery that gave Dinush a chance at a comfortable, healthy, and regular life.
Number of Donors: 5340
Amount Raised: ₪ 1,750,424,398
Give Tzurty Life!
Campaign Date: May 21, 2017
A young woman, far from home, fighting a sudden and rare disease. A husband struck with the terror that he might lose his wife. And the community that rose to the challenge and raised critical funds to compensate for the staggering medical expenses weighing heavily on the young couple.
Number of Donors: 8490
Amount Raised: $ 545,284
The Mayer Weiss Fund
Campaign Date: June 29, 2017
The sudden passing of a young man brought together an entire community. To honor his legacy, the Mayer Weiss Fund was created. Today, the fund provides financially challenged Jewish couples the opportunity to celebrate their wedding with dignity and joy.
Number of Donors: 1362
Amount Raised: $ 210,575
Yad Malky Legacy Fund
Campaign Date: July 7, 2017
In the wake of their daughter’s fatal overdose, her grieving family, in partnership with Yedidya, raised $ 275,954 to help others struggling with substance abuse and addiction.
Number of Donors: 1205
Amount Raised: $ 275,954
Fire Victims Emergency Fund
Campaign Date: July 17, 2017
After their homes were devastated by a massive fire, tens of families in Tsfat were left with less than the clothes on their backs. Kolel Chabad and other local organizations came together to establish an emergency fund that would assist with their immediate and long term needs, providing temporary shelter, food and clothing.
Number of Donors: 1138
Amount Raised: ₪ 309,373
Give Ester A Chance
Campaign Date: October 18, 2017
An eight year old girl from Israel united more than 1,200 people in a groundbreaking campaign to provide a life-changing surgery. Ester’s campaign raised the remaining funds needed to provide a full cranial-vault remodeling of her skull, so that she could finally feel beautiful, confident and accepted by her peers.
Number of Donors: 1238
Amount Raised: $ 83,576
Shua Polonsky Family Fund
Campaign Date: November 14, 2017
A loving husband and father, Shua passed at the young age of 31 after battling a rare medical condition. In the weeks prior to and following his passing, thousands around the world rallied together, taking action in prayer, acts of goodness and kindness, and to ensure long-term financial stability for his wife, Simi, and their children.
Number of Donors: 9160
Amount Raised: $ 1,080,165
Help Me Save My Mother's Life
Campaign Date: December 17, 2017
Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, one of the most aggressive forms of cancers in the world today, Naomi Gerlitz underwent a year and a half of extreme treatment, exhausting mainstream protocol. After a brief respite, her tumors began metastasizing once more. To find a treatment, her family launched this final effort to raise funds for a promising gene-targeted therapy.
Number of Donors: 1310
Amount Raised: $ 140,277
Give Devorah A Chance
Campaign Date: August 14, 2018 - August 27th, 2018
Six year old Devorah was born without a jaw. This hindered the simple, everyday actions of eating and breathing. Her community had already fundraised for an initial surgery, but to give her the chance of a normal life, a series of surgeries was still required. Together with Charidy, her family successfully mobilized supporters both within and beyond their immediate community to raise the entirety of funds needed.
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