YREADYFOR, which operates the crowdfunding service “READYFOR”, announced on February 27 that it has launched a crowdfunding program to support events that were canceled due to the impact of the new coronavirus.
This is a program for events where the event was canceled due to the new coronavirus and losses such as venue costs occurred, so that the collected funds can be received regardless of reaching the target amount. The service plan applies to the “Simple Plan” and the fee is free. Crowdfunding can be implemented with only a 5% settlement fee.
要件 The requirements for applying for the program are that the event was canceled due to the effect of the new coronavirus, that the cancellation of the event caused a loss in venue fees, etc., and that the content of the event did not violate public order and morals. In addition, the items to be stated on the page are to clearly indicate the amount of damage that occurred, whether or not insurance will cover the damage, to use the collected amount to cover the damage, and to specify the use when the amount exceeds the damage amount I have.
The application period is from February 27 to March 31. The examination period will be notified within 3 business days from the application. It will be released after March, and will be released one after another when it is ready. The fund will be paid on the 10th of the following month from the end of the project, but if the early deposit option is used, it is possible to make a transfer within 3 business days from the end of the project. The application period will be extended based on the status of the virus.
In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, events have been suspended and postponed in various places in response to requests from the Japanese government for voluntary control of large-scale events, and the company has been affected by the new coronavirus since February According to the event organizer, many consultations regarding fund procurement were received. The company says it will help people affected by the new coronavirus.