Last month, we reported that Crowdtilt, the Y Combinator alum that launched just over a year ago with plans to become “the Kickstarter for any group,” had raised $12 million in Series A financing from a group of notable investors, including Napster, Causes and Airtime founder Sean Parker and Path’s Dave Morin.

Today, Crowdtilt has confirmed these reports and is officially announcing the close of its Series A financing. In so doing, the startup is adding a few more names to its roster of investors, which is led by Andreessen Horowitz and includes Sean Parker, SV Angel and DCM, along with CrunchFund, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, Elad Gil, AngelList’s Naval Ravikant, Sam Altman, WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg, Dave Morin and Justin.tv and Exec founder, Justin Kan. As a result of the round, Andreessen Partner Jeff Jordan (also the former President and CEO of OpenTable), will be joining the startup’s board of directors.

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