AngeLink celebrates one year anniversary
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Gerry Poirier
World's first AI-driven crowdfunding platform scales to 50k+ active users, $2.7M processed transactions

MIAMI - Floridant -- AngeLink, the world's first AI-driven crowdfunding platform built and powered by women, celebrated its first anniversary, having launched one year ago in June 2022.

In its first year, AngeLink has scaled to more than 50,000 active users, has more than 3 million website impressions, more than $2.7 million in transactions processed, more than 50,000 social media followers, and garnered top tier and national media inclusions.

The company has also filed eight patents and integrated an artificial intelligence-powered system to protect users from fraudulent activity. Gamification is another central part of the platform, with AngeLink rewarding both donors and organizers for their participation in campaigns.

"It is with tremendous joy and gratitude, I'm thrilled to celebrate the significant milestones we've accomplished on our first-year anniversary," said AngeLink CEO and Founder Gerry Poirier. "Thank you to the more than 50,000 people who've joined our fast-growing AngeLink Community! Together, we can make the impossible, possible and change millions of lives."

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In the past year, AngeLink has helped thousands of campaign organizers reach their fundraising goals, including two moms in North Carolina who raised funds to pay off their school district's school lunch debt, a music therapist who exceeded her fundraising goal to provide special music listening devices to all 60 NICU beds at TriStar Centennial Women's Hospital in Nashville, medical recovery for a young woman injured in a horrible bus accident, and even business owners and homeowners in Florida who were devastated by Hurricane Ian.

AngeLink also partnered with organizations such as iHeart Radio, the United Nations Foundation's Girl Up program, Target, VYRD Insurance Company, and Colliers Reserve.

Throughout the past year, the AngeLink Community Foundation (ACF) also provided immediate on-the-ground distribution of grants to those in need following Hurricane Ian. ACF also provides Angel Grants for Women in Business as well as fundraising and grant opportunities for teachers through the Angels in Education program.

Kelli Bloomquist
Communications & PR Director

Source: AngeLink
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