The 5 Best Crowdfunding Themes for WordPress

Crowdfunding means exactly that – collecting funds from a crowd of people who donate them. This way of raising money is popular among non-profit, philanthropic, commercial, or financing campaigns. Whether you’re accepting donations for a political party or to finance a startup company, you’ll need a website that people can visit to show their support while pledging a dollar or two for your cause. Look no further than WordPress, as this publishing platform provides you with all the tools you’ll need to succeed.

Here are five of the best crowdfunding themes for WordPress to help you in your quest to fill your treasure chest.

The Simple Crowdfunding Site Theme

The Group Buying Site sells this crowdfunding theme in its marketplace, allowing users to easily create and submit fundraising projects to the site so that administrators can review them. The theme lets you set funding goals and limits and create various contribution levels. You can also edit profile information, earn referral credits, and view your invoices. The theme supports payments via PayPal, Payfast, Beanstream, Bluepay, Payment Express, Pagseguro, Sagepay, and Moneris, among others. Not only that, but it also supports all mobile users by using responsive design.

Price: $199

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The Elegant Franklin WordPress Crowdfunding Theme

This premium and elegant crowdfunding WordPress theme is fully responsive, with options to either use it for a single campaign website or a community oriented one. It uses separate plugins for its crowdfunding features and its functionality ones, which is definitely a bonus. Other major features of this theme include eight background textures, unlimited colors with six pre-set color palettes, five custom widgets (Campaign Updates, Campaign Backers, Campaign Pledge Levels, Campaign Video, and Sofa Posts), and a blog section.

Price: $55

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The Mighty 500 Framework WordPress Crowdfunding Theme

This free — yes, you read that right — crowdfunding WordPress theme easily integrates with the Ignition Deck WordPress plugin. IgnitionDeck, a powerful and feature-packed WordPress platform, allows you to crowdfund, pre-sell, or raise money for any of your projects. You can choose from either a clean white design or a dark one as your base foundation, building from there. It features a customizable homepage, Font Awesome, sidebars with widget functionality, custom menus, and full responsive design. When it comes to free, you can’t get better.

Price: Free (IgnitionDeck Platform $79)

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The Cool 500 Maximus WordPress Crowdfunding Theme

Although the 500 Maximus WordPress crowdfunding theme that’s designed by IgnitionDeck doesn’t come with an option to run campaigns for more than one project (like the Franklin theme), it does pack a punch. This theme runs as a child theme for the 500 framework — a WordPress crowdfunding framework that seamlessly integrates once you download the IgnitionDeck WordPress plugin. The theme features a flat design with robust color options, with an endless amount of widgets to choose from. It also has a responsive design that’s convenient for mobile users.

Price: Maximus Child Theme $49; Ignition Platform $79+

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The Popular Campaignify WordPress Crowdfunding Theme

If you want to follow the crowd and use a crowdfunding theme that works well, look no further than the popular Campaignify theme. This premium multi-purpose theme is for those who want to create a single campaign to raise funds for one website and project. In just minutes, you can define your fundraising goals, target dates, and announce updates to your audience. Some of the payment options include Paypal, Stripe, and Google Checkout, among about 20 others. With so many more great features to choose from, there’s a reason this theme is hot.

Price: $55

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Of course, before you start raising funds for your project, you’ll need to get a reliable Internet connection so you can keep track of your fundraiser and update it regularly. The faster your speeds, the less time you’ll waste.

Have you used crowdfunding to raise money for a special project? Did you start a website and use a theme? Leave a comment and share your story.

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