Seed&Spark is a platform for creative storytelling projects and the venues/events that celebrate them. As long as your project is raising funds for something that falls in one of our creative categories, which you’ll see as a list when you start your campaign draft, you've cleared the first requirement.

There are a few categories of crowdfunding that our platform does not allow nor is suited for:

  • Lifestyle or emergency fundraising

  • Pre-orders for products and electronics

  • Equity fundraising

  • Political fundraising

Once you submit your project for review, approval is subject to our rules. Here's what we look for when giving feedback, which includes but isn’t limited to:

  • An Outreach plan (does your campaign goal seem realistic based on the size of your email list and your overall marketing plan?)

  • An absence of pornography or excessively graphic violence from your campaign materials

  • A clear production schedule

We have a few things we don't allow in projects:

  • Projects can't fundraise for charity, or promise any portion of their proceeds towards a charity. This includes political fundraising.

  • Projects can't offer equity. Incentives can't include any ownership or revenue share in your projects.

  • Projects that promote discrimination, bigotry, or intolerance.

  • Incentives can't include: Alcohol, raffles, contests, political fundraising, marijuana, vaping, or weapons.

Once you've concluded that your project meets all the content requirements above, in order to launch a campaign the payment requirements will be as follows:

Someone on the team must be the legal representative for the project, or you can work with an entity such as an LLC.

Requirements if an individual will be the legal representative of you campaign:

  • You must be 18 years or older

  • You are a permanent resident of the USA or Canada with a Social Security Number

  • A Bank account with USA or Canadian Bank

  • A major credit or debit card


If you are using an entity such as an LLC:

  • You must be 18 years or older

  • have an Employer Identification Number (EIN)

  • A Bank account with USA or Canadian Bank

  • A major credit or debit card

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