“Fair Pay to Play Act”
OUR FUNDRAISING PLATFORM IS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS!
Tuition Funding Platform Qualifications:
This fundraising platform is available to students 18+ who currently attend High School, College, Online Courses, Vocational school, or any other
learning institution which requires payment or tuition. Former college students burdened with student-loan debt of any amount also qualify to register and use our platform to help pay off their debt in part or full. Any student under age 18 can have a legal guardian register and use our platform in an effort to start raising money for their children’s education. (Read terms and conditions when registering)
Direct and Indirect School Costs:
Students can also raise money on our platform for direct and indirect expenses associated which their institution of higher such as room and board, books, computers, school parking passes, paid transportation, or private tutors.
Fair Pay To Play Act:
With the passing of the “Fair Pay to Play Act” signed into law on September 30, 2019, students may now earn money from their likeness, which should allow for platforms like ours to have students create campaigns and receive corporate sponsorships and donations from the private sector.
Most Division1, 2, and 3 student-athletes who participate in sporting events while bringing in revenue for their school will not receive any scholarships whatsoever. In fact, statically speaking, there are roughly 460,000 student-athletes in the United States and of that huge number, only 1-percent of that group will receive a full-ride scholarship leaving 455,400 student-athletes to fend for themselves.
The recently passed, legislation will greatly benefit these athletes who can now earn money from their likeness. California Bill 206 “Fair Pay to Play Act” was introduced by Senator Nancy Skinner, and co-authored by Senators Scott Wilk and Steven Bradford, and was long overdue.
This legislation was passed in California and should soon spread across the nation for all student-athletes to be eligible to participate. However, any student-athlete wanting to use our platform may need to check with their state, as well as, the governing body of NCAA to ensure that they are eligible to participate in such a program.