Two paragraphs at the beginning briefly mention the general idea that donors should consider funding entrepreneurs, but that subject is left behind for the rest of the post (until the very last line, I suppose). The post didn’t feel to me like it was really inviting much discussion of entrepreneurship in general.
I won’t set a hard number for what “percentage” of a post’s content has to be something other than a personal funding request for it to be on the front page (that would be impossible to measure), but it felt to me like the general content was a brief addendum to the detailed personal request, rather than vice-versa. In my view (from the inherently subjective position of “Forum moderator”), that balance equates to a post being a better fit for the “Personal Blog” category.
It’s absolutely within your rights to disagree, of course! The boundaries of these categories are fuzzy.
This sounds reasonable to me actually. The rest of the post was about making a specific case for funding my entrepreneurial work, rather than expounding on widespread bottlenecks entrepreneurs seem to face to get funded for doing good work and developing it further. I started writing a 10-page draft to try to more detachedly analyse work by and interactions between entrepreneurs and funders.