CrowdRelief is a disaster relief social network developed by the Cajun Navy Foundation (CNF).
CNF's founder, Rob Gaudet, created CrowdRelief after the 2016 Louisiana floods and Hurricane Harvey.
He realized there was no platform for communities to collaborate on after a disaster.
Through specialized apps, we connect non-profits, corporate brands, story tellers and good citizens
together to rebuild lives after disasters and help those in need everyday.
CrowdRelief offers a vision for recovery, real time metrics and transparency for those who give.
Each disaster offers survivors, citizens, non-profits and others the opportunities to work together.
CrowdRelief was an invaluable tool during Hurricanes Florence and Michael, as well as the California fires and the recent tornado outbreaks and subsequent flooding from Nebraska to Louisiana. Your support to CrowdRelief will ensure the development of this platform will continue to be enhanced for future disasters. CrowdRelief has the ability to connect non-profits across the country who are all working towards the same purpose ... people helping people in times of need.
Thank you for your support - Together we will accomplish great things!
-Use Of Funds -
All funds raised will be used to support future enhancements to the CrowdRelief platform. We are strictly a volunteer ran organization and do not have the funds to hire programmers at this time. These funds will allow us to hire programmer(s) to help make the program more robust and user-friendly.
Here is an itemized list of my anticipated expenses for this project: