Crowded Raises $6M Seed Round

We are excited to announce our latest round of funding and some of our future plans for Crowded.

More about our $6 million seed fundraising round

Over the past three months, we have partnered with hundreds of clubs and associations nationwide, offering them our mobile-first, user-friendly platform for managing nonprofit funds. From fraternities and sororities to sports clubs and student organizations, we are proud to work with the next generation of leaders and provide them with an accessible solution for managing finances.

We are excited to be part of the change that will break down old barriers and make it easier for our clients to go out and do good in the world.

This capital is fundamental to our long-term efforts and will enable us to continue improving and launching new features that will take our user experience to the next level.

In addition to our streamlined web and mobile banking* dashboard, digital Visa® debit cards for club expenses, and quick payment links for dues, we are excited to work on several new features that will make Crowded the go-to banking* and financial management platform for nonprofit clubs, groups, and associations.

Our seed round was led by the Garage, a venture capital firm backed by Bank Leumi, Valley National Bank, and BRM Group. We would like to thank our additional investors in this round, including Philippe Bouaziz (Co-Founder of Deel), Michael Marks (Innoventure Partners), and executives from major banks and venture capital firms such as Bain Capital, Goldman Sachs, and Macquarie.

We would also like to thank our entire team, especially all of our college interns and ambassadors who have helped shape our product, spread the word about us on campus, and volunteer their time to support their communities and the causes they care about.

We are thrilled to be expanding our team and currently have several open positions available. If you are interested in joining us at Crowded, please visit our job board!

You can read more about our recent funding on TechCrunch.