FREE TO USE
Connecting, vetting and training individuals to become amazing volunteers
Providing value for the supporters that make it happen.
Helping good organisations, small and large, do good
One another is a web platform built for do good organisations, volunteers and their supporters. For organisations it handles events and volunteer management, including payment and automated awareness campaigns. Volunteers are provided with opportunities and curated training in one globally supported environment. Supporters can access high ROI branded influencer marketing and employee goodwill data while supporting good causes.
One Another relies on businesses and corporations for support by proving them with the opportunity to access high-ROI, branded influencer-marketing and employee goodwill stats while supporting good causes.
By providing equally high-value returns for everyone involved, we can create a sustained ecosystem to do and encourage good.
The One Another platform is completely free to use for organisations doing good and, for everyone applying as a volunteer. One Another will soon launch our seamlessly integrated payment system to allow volunteers to fundraise for their cause and for organisations to raise for their events. However, unlike other platforms, we will not be taking any commissions. So how do we keep the doors open and remain a free volunteer management platform?
The world is connected like never before. However, there is no globally connected platform for managing, connecting or following the good that organisations and people do. We aim to solve that problem by providing the tool to make it happen and integrating awareness models to create support for movements to flourish.
‘Good’ can be a metric and one with huge social value.
'The current online ecosystem to do good is broken. Fundraising platforms have high commissions. Large organisations build their own siloed and inefficient systems. Small organisations have nothing to use. Worst of all, generating awareness for good causes is a manual, time consuming and expensive process.'