A Charleston-based start-up has launched a “bucket list” social networking website.

Bucquistador allows users to create lists of goals, connect them with other people and events and raise money for those goals through crowdfunding.

While other services offer goal-tracking, event management and crowdfunding, Bucquistador, a blend of “bucket list” and “conquistador,” claims to be the first to bring it all together.

“Bucquistador’s unique social community allows everyone the chance to support, help, and fund the life goals for all users,” said TJ Schallot, the company’s founder and CEO, in a press release Tuesday.

While the service is free to join, the company will charge 4 percent on all funds raised and feature “targeted advertising” intended to help users to achieve their goals.

For more information or to sign up: www.bucquistador.com.