“Nonprofits struggle to survive as revenue plummets amid Coronavirus. "It's devastation," said Rick Cohen, chief operating officer for the National Council of Nonprofits. ”
“In the twenty-first century, building resilience is one of our most urgent social and economic issues because we live in a world that is defined by disruptions.”
“What can be really challenging always, but particularly in crisis rapid-response giving, is things seem to be moving so fast...It’s hard to know what matters and who’s the right nonprofit to give to.”
Do you need water? Are you running low on toiletries? Know someone who doesn't have access to electricity, internet, or other utilities? Request any product, good, or service on Umanity and get connected with individuals, nonprofits, and other organizations in the area that are ready and willing to help you, your family, or anyone you might know!
Do you have extra toiletries, cleaning supplies, food, water, or other resources? Are you able to help support a family in need? Register any product, good, or service you're willing to donate and connect to needs in real-time while measuring the economic impact of every donation.
For the first time, there is a centralizing platform that shows who needs help, what they need, who is helping, how I can help, and how can I receive help, all in one place. State-of-the-art tools help your programs, projects, and personnel reduce waste, duplication of efforts and missed connections by over 90%.
Employees that are actively involved in the community are also acting as brand ambassadors. The more engaged and invested they are in your organization, and the greater community, the more productive they will be. In fact, companies with highly engaged employees saw 21% better business profitability. What could be better than happy employees promoting your brand while helping their neighbors?
Find every event, project, organization, need, and resource in one place. Donate directly to an organization, cause, project, event, or an individual's need directly. Data analytics in real-time as you utilize the platform, not years later in a case study.
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Does your family need rent assistance? Does your organization need food, volunteers, donations? Would you like to plant 10,000 trees? Volunteer at least 1 hour a week with veterans?
Umanity offers subscription services for resource, need, case/client, volunteer/event, donation, and project management in addition to public-facing white label sites.
Umanity’s true strength is the network of individuals, businesses, charities, and nonprofits working together to strengthen the community. We are actively looking for more partners to join us. Invite your friends and local community organizations to become a part of the Philanthropic Marketplace.
When a resident can have their needs (groceries/food, financial assistance, work, medical, etc.) be tended to collaboratively and collevtively, duplication of efforts can drop by half overnight.
Umanity shows who needs help, what they need, and when they've been helped. Organizations can distribute resources 11X faster using Umanity's resource and case management tools.
Cities now have access to data that increases transparency and accuracy of activity while reducing the time they, coalitions, and nonprofits spend on logistics by nearly 90%.
By distilling the needs and resources of any city into actionable and collaborative projects while providing access to every facet of philanthropic activity, Umanity increases efficiency of engaged parties by over 900%.
Stay up-to-date with the latest news, needs, and resources in your community with the push of a button.
Umanity is a network of communities, designed to collaborate, coordinate, and connect needs to resources in real-time while measuring the economic impact of every donation and volunteer.
“Umanity will help residents identify local businesses they can support, community organizations that have resources, and where they can request or offer assistance.” ~ Mayor Pro-Tem Dave Martin, City of Houston, TX
We've said for so many years... what are we going to do still for [those] who truly need our help in almost every aspect of who they are as a community? Education, housing, helathcare, food deserts, etc... This gives us a [platform] to look at this in a cohesive way and figure out what can and what needs to be done and who needs do what part of the equation.” ~ Larry Payne, Former President/CEO Houston Habitat for Humanity Inc.
“To me, there is no greater recipe for success, especially in the tech world. Ryan and his team are the epitome of using tech for good and ensuring technology actually makes our future not just different, but better.” ~ Christine Galib, The Ion Smart & Resilient Cities Accelerator
“...in partnership with the guys at Umanity, we'll be releasing to the general public an app/website that will help residents identify local businesses that they can support, community organizations that have resources, and where any user (business, community group, or resident) can request assistance or offer assistance.” ~ Mayor Candace Hollingsworth, City of Hyattsville, MD
“With Umanity, one of our case managers can now do the work of 5 in half the time. We know who needs food or rent assistance instantly without having to do weekly phone calls. This is amazing.” ~ Senior Pastor Rudy Rasmus, St. John's Downtown UMC
The panel will discuss best practices for launching and leading a Smart Cities Accelerator that was purposefully designed to integrate city leadership with innovation and industry solutions.Read More
A Houston startup that has been working in a pilot program capacity with the city of Houston has accelerated the rollout of its platform to help connect and coordinate people's needs to resources in real-time during the coronavirus outbreak.Read Story
Hear from guest speakers and a diverse panel of community members followed by audience Q&A that addresses unanswered calls for social, economic, and civic advancement.