What fees are involved in running a campaign on Jewcer?

Getting started is FREE! This includes our individualized guidance for your page and the strategy to get your cause fully funded.



After your campaign launches and once you start receiving contributions, there is a 2.9% + 30 cent transaction fee (which goes to the credit card processor) and a 5% platform fee (which goes to support Jewcer’s operations as a non-profit organization).

However, we offer each donor the option to cover all the fees associated with their contribution …and most of them do! For those donations that your donors cover the fees, you will get 100% of the contribution amount. Because of this, after all donations come through, you will get to keep, on average, 98.2% of the total amount that you raised. That makes the effective fees you would pay 1.8%. That’s lower than you might be paying on your own website with a paypal button, for example!


An Example how the platform fees work

Imagine a situation where 3 people decide to donate to your campaign.

Donor A decides to donate $300 and cover your fees. This means your campaign receives $300.
Donor B decides to donate $100 and cover your fees. This means your campaign receives $100.
Donor C decides to donate $100 and does not cover your fees. This means your campaign receives $91.8 (after 5% Jewcer fees and 2.9% + 30 cents transaction fees).

Your campaign raised $500 and you receive $300 + $100 + $91.8 = $491.8 which is 98.36%, making your “out of pocket” fees in reality 1.64%

Note: The example above is a very close approximation of the amounts you would end up getting because in the case donors choose to cover your fees, you get 99.76% (not 100%) because of the fees by the payment system. You can read the exact details here. The example above is here to illustrate how the fees are actually 5% and 2.9%+$0.30 and yet, campaigns managers end up with out-of-pocket fees lower than 2%.

How does this compare to other platforms?

Check out the table we prepared here (hint: you will be paying way less fees on Jewcer, raise more money with our help and altogether be able to do more for our community!).


If you are using your own Stripe account there are no additional fees that Jewcer charges on donations and the above describes the amount of money that you will keep (you are responsible for transferring the funds from your Stripe account to your own bank account).

Fiscal sponsorship fee

There are no additional fees involved with being fiscally sponsored but there are fees involved with transferring the funds to you. Please read carefully:

If you raised more than $5000:

Our fiscal sponsorship fee is $50 which goes towards covering our expenses in managing the fiscal sponsorship. In addition, there are fees involved with transferring the funds at the end of the campaign. depending on the method you pick. If you are in the USA, you can have a check mailed to you for free. If you are outside of the USA or just wish for a wire transfer, the fee for a wire is $45 (to cover the bank fees and labor involved).

If you raised less than $5000:

If you raised less than $5000, our fiscal sponsorship fees are $250 (to cover the bank fees and management of the fiscal sponsorship).


Fiscal Sponsorship Without a Campaign

If you are raising money for a nonprofit and wish to use our fiscal sponsorship without a campaign (simply have a foundation or donor who wish to donate to your campaign) and wish to use our fiscal sponsorship services to provide the donors (private or foundation) a charitable donation receipt and wire the funds to your non-profit (in Israel, for example), our fees are 7% + any wiring fees that banks charge (depending on the currency you wish the funds to be wired with it ranges between $0 – $45).