1. Projects must create something that you can share with others

    CreativeThunder can be used to fund a number of things related to arts: Music, Art, Merchandise, events, ideas and experiences.

    However, every project needs a plan for creating something before it can be shared with the world. You as the creator, should at one point be able to say : “It’s finished. Here’s what we created!”

  2. Projects must be honest and presented in a clear way.

    The crowdfunding community is built on trust and communication. With projects you must not mislead people or misrepresent facts. As a creator you should always be candid about what you want to accomplish.

  3. You can’t fundraise for charity.

    Nonprofits are welcome on our platform, but projects that promise to raise funds to donate to a charity or cause is not permitted. Funds raised on CreativeThunder must go towards facilitating the project planned out by the creator.

  4. Projects can’t offer equity.

    Investment is not permitted on CreativeThunder. You may not offer incentives such as equity, revenue sharing, or investment opportunities.

  5. Projects can’t involve prohibited items.

    We do not allow any of the things below


    We prohibit projects that are illegal, heavily regulated, or potentially dangerous for backers.

    1. Any item claiming to cure, treat, or prevent an illness or condition (whether via a device, app, book, nutritional supplement, or other means).
    2. Contests, coupons, gambling, and raffles.
    3. Energy food and drinks.
    4. Offensive material (e.g., hate speech, encouraging violence against others, etc).
    5. Offering a genetically modified organism as a reward.
    6. Live animals. Projects cannot include live animals as a reward.
    7. Offering alcohol as a reward.
    8. Offering financial, money-processing, or credit services; financial intermediaries or cash-equivalent instruments; travel services (e.g., vacation packages); phone services (e.g., prepaid phone services, 900 numbers); and business marketing services.
    9. Political fundraising.
    10. Pornographic material.
    11. Projects that promote discrimination, bigotry, or intolerance towards marginalized groups
    12. Projects that share things that already exist, or repackage a previously-created product, without adding anything new or aiming to iterate on the idea in any way.
    13. Resale. All rewards must have been produced or designed by the project or one of its creators — no reselling things from elsewhere.
    14. Drugs, nicotine, tobacco, vaporizers and related paraphernalia.
    15. Weapons, replicas of weapons, and weapon accessories.

    If your project involves something illegal, heavily regulated, or potentially dangerous for backers and it is not on this list, please contact us before starting your project.



These rules don’t cover every possible way to use CreativeThunder, but they outline our purpose and perspective well.