EverGreenCoin Foundation Nonprofit Crowdfund

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EverGreenCoin Foundation Nonprofit Crowdfund

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The EverGreenCoin Foundation is making the next step towards becoming a Nonprofit Organization. A Nonprofit Organization is a legal entity and is typically run to further an ideal or goal rather than in the interests of profit.

It is the goal of the EverGreenCoin Foundation to help the public and the members of the Nonprofit. The Foundation will be the legal branch of the EverGreenCoin community, helping members in the areas where legal counsel is needed or required.

The EverGreenCoin Foundation will be incorporated in the US State of Ohio by Mr. Steven Saxton. Permits and legal fees are expensive to form a Nonprofit Organization, so we ask the community to help us so we can help each other. The cost to form a Nonprofit Organization is 1000 USD, but is a small price to pay to legitimize the Foundation and EverGreenCoin.

Direct donations and contributions can be made via PayPal, credit cards, or cryptocurrency. You can also make donations or stake to the EverGreenCoin Foundation Nonprofit Fund: ERhMycEoCPqcRV6aSMbKXa6WLn3yLQwKF7 or donate Bitcoin to 14fNhXoEVWvAwNZ76YgHYYWff1YhNJfnwp

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Total Backers3
Total Sum$700.00
Goal$700.00
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Start DateMay 5, 2017
End DateJuly 30, 2017
Time RemainingThe campaign ended 20 days, 22 hours, 18 minutes, 55 seconds ago
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