Performing For Good Project FAQ
Who can create a Project ?
Anyone who has a desire to perform for good ! We can’t wait to see and hear how you use your voice and talent to impact what matters to you.
What should I perform ?
That’s up to you ! You can sing, dance, lay down a groove, draw a picture while singing your favorite song, spoken word to music, a monologue with a background tune, magic trick or Juggle to songs. As long as your performance includes music, what you do is up to you.
Can I create a project to raise money for myself, my band, my group ?
YES! You can create a project for yourself, your friend, your band, your group, neighbor, your family, your community etc the possibilities are endless.
Can I Create a project to support a charity ?
Yes ! You can support *any charity organization of your choice.
I’m a musician and I want to raise money for a cause but I also need to generate money for myself . Can I do both ?
Yes! You can designate a split of how much money you will keep and how much goes to your cause / beneficiary .
How much does it cost to create a Project ?
It doesn’t cost the artist anything to create a project.
Are their TunesForGood Platform fees ?
TunesForGood will deduct a 6% platform donation fee + paypal’s credit card processing fee per transaction
Why does TunesForGood collect a platform fee ?
TunesForGood is a 501 (c ) ( 3) non profit organization 100% of platform fees are considered donations and are used to support our work.
How do I receive the money I’ve raised ?
You will be paid via paypal once your project is finished.
What if I dont reach my fundraising goal ?
You will receive the money you’ve raised weather you meet your fundraising goal or not.
* You can support just about anything as long as it doesn’t violate any laws or fall into what we consider a prohibited category at our sole discretion suchs as an abuse of power or in support of hate, violence, harassment, bullying, discrimination, terrorism, or intolerance of any kind relating to race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, serious disabilities or diseases as outlined in our Terms and conditions