|Founder||Ryan Cummins & Matthew Pohlson|
|Headquarters||Culver City, California, U.S.|
|Matthew Pohlson (CEO), Ryan Cummins (Vice Chairman)|
|Slogan||Good things come to those who give.|
Omaze is an online fundraising platform that offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences and exclusive merchandise in support of critical causes. The company was founded by Ryan Cummins and Matthew Pohlson in July 2012, is privately owned, and is based in Los Angeles, California. The company has raised over $60 million for over 200 charities, including UNICEF, After-School All-Stars, Julia's House, Product Red, and Make-A-Wish Foundation.
When launching a campaign Omaze typically uploads a video with the celebrity. On the campaign page anyone can enter to win the experience for a $10 donation. There is also merchandise, including T-shirts and autographed swag for sale that serve as additional entries.
In December 2015, Omaze partnered with Star Wars, and people could pay $10 to be entered into a draw to win the opportunity to visit the closed set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The campaign raised more than $4.26 million to benefit UNICEF. The campaign launch video was a 2016 Webby Award Honoree.
Omaze has had experiences with the following brands and celebrities:
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