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A positive mood starts withThatHelps App

Actions speak louder than money? Charity work doesn’t always have to involve opening your wallet. So thinks the team at ThatHelps. They created an app platform built on the old-school premise that social change comes from investing your time and energy; except with a modern 21st century twist. DOING GOOD FOR OTHERS has moved to the digital age and now volunteers of the physical space become virtual volunteers. Helping right there from the comfort of their own homes.   

Summary of ThatHelps App

ThatHelps app was created by a team of optimists with a desire to “make altruism, advocacy, and activism easier—and more fun.”  App users can choose from 16 areas of interest from Animal Welfare to Veterans’ Support. Once users have identified areas of interest, they are then asked to select specific tasks associated with these causes. Tasks can include anything from signing petitions, playing interactive games, to clicking share buttons. A “Changemaker”  interested in  “Poverty and Hunger” Initiatives might find themselves playing interactive game which demonstrate the difficulties low income people experience when trying to purchase a home. 

Features of ThatHelps App

Once the app is downloaded ThatHelps users can create their own Activity Feed, follow specific Interests, and connect to a like-minded community of helpers. 

Pros

  • Positive mental boost
  • A great way to meet other people

Cons

  • No local-level initiatives
  • Cannot define search based on region

Frequently Asked Questions about ThatHelps App

  1. How does the ThatHelp determine which causes to promote on the app? ThatHelps vets its Partner Networks (non-profit organizations) based on rigorous standards to include “reputation in the industry, media and news reports, celebrity and influencer endorsements, volunteer feedback, testimonials, and impact stories.” ThatHelp also looks at “annual reports, operations, and financial rankings from sources including Guidestar, Better Business Bureau, the Wise Giving Alliance, and Charity Navigator.”

Conclusion

Spread the positivity of making the world a better place for all people. Join the 50 million “Changemakers” of that ThatHelps platform; a Little Actions Really do Make a Big Difference. 

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