As we’ve worked to rollout our program over the last few years, we’re often asked about our competition. While there are other prepaid card programs working with affinity groups, none of them share GroundSwell’s unique commitment to making a difference in the world.
Have you heard of the Rohingya? If you’re like most Americans, probably not, and that’s understandable. There are so many loud voices competing for our attention everyday, that the quiet voices can sometimes be drowned out. And unfortunately, the voice of refugees is too often silent.
Every time we swipe our plastic cards, a small fee is charged. It’s not much – just a few pennies – but when those fees get multiplied millions of times over, every single day, those pennies really begin to add up. So where does that huge pot of money go?
We’re a startup company and the last few months we’ve been doing startup things like building out our infrastructure and pursuing funding from professional investors. Now we’re excited to announce our next growth phase: we’re partnering with WeFunder to raise another we’ll use to launch our first program.
We’re a startup company and the last few months we’ve been doing startup things like building out our infrastructure and pursuing funding from professional investors. But that’s mostly done now and we’re excited to announce our next growth phase.
News & Press
GroundSwell today announced a partnership with The Octalysis Group, a company that helps businesses engage their customers through human focused design or “gamification”.
GroundSwell, a Washington State Social Purpose Corporation dedicated to creating sustainable revenue sources for nonprofit and philanthropic organizations, announced the addition of David Desharnais and Belinda Rodman to its board of directors.
GroundSwell, a Washington State social purpose corporation based in Washougal, Wash., is shaking up the philanthropic world with a sustainable revenue-sharing approach designed for nonprofit organizations. This month, the company–whose mission is to sustainably fund organizations that make the world a better place–kicked off its final round of investment crowdfunding to raise $1 million for its public launch this fall.