Evanston-based benevolent.net founder Megan Kashner is heading to the White House to meet with the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation in an event based on presenting innovation in citizen philanthropy. The company is announcing its plans to spread coast-to-coast. Continue reading here.
Original Post (2/20/12): Megan Kashner of Evanston recently set up benevolent.net, a social media non-profit start up meant to connect those in need with those who can give. The website has grown out of the recently created Business Incubator Space in Evanston meant to give new businesses a leg up. Continue reading here.
Update (4/13/12): Courtesy of TINC Magazine, here’s an interview with Benevolent.net founder Megan Kashner that explains the crowd-funding micro-giving business. Continue reading here.
Update (6/28/12): Megan Kashner of the Evanston start-up benevolent.net has been named to the Techweek 100 top Innovators list. Continue reading here.
We just showed an article from EvanstonPatch about benevolent.net, an internet startup that is working out of the Evanston Technology Innovation Center, but what exactly is the center? What are its objectives and purpose? Christine Wolf of EvanstonPatch visits the center and tells us of her findings. Continue reading here.