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SOWCHANGE

GIVE YOUR SMALL CHANGE TO CHARITY

Join the movement

Change the world, a penny at a time.

Sign up to be notified when the app is released.

 

HOW IT WORKS

SAFE, SECURE, SIMPLE

1. Link your credit card. 

Your information is safe with us. We use the same industry-standard security as Venmo, American Express, and Citibank. 

CHOOSE YOUR IMPACT

2. Find your causes

Search our database of over 800,000 U.S.-based non-profits. For a more comprehensive impact, try giving to curated causes.

MAKE YOUR IMPACT

3. Donate!

SowChange will automatically round up your daily transactions, and send the extra change to your selected causes!

DISCOVER

4. See your impact

Receive regular updates about all of the good your spare change is doing in the world! 

COLLABORATE

5. Work with your community

Share your give goals with your community - your friends, family, club, coworkers, and more. Let them know what's important to you, and they might chip in! 

Your extra change can make an impact on the world:
SowChange can help you get there

buys a measles vaccine for a child in a developing country (doctorswithoutborders.org)

A day's food for an abandoned dog or

cat

 (aspca.org)

 

ABOUT

Why is philanthropy only for the rich? Philanthropy is the love of people, and everyone should have the opportunity to participate. That's why we started SowChange. SowChange was founded on the realization that a little bit of change can go a long way. 

In September of 2018, Davidson College sophomores Nathan Engstrom, Zane Libke, and Drew Eastland teamed up for the 3-day startup competition at the newly founded Jay Hurt Hub Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. 

The team was formed because of a joint desire to do something good for the world. Thus, the idea for SowChange was born. After a whirlwind of a weekend, the pitch was well received by the panel, and Zane and Nathan decided to continue on with the project. A couple of weeks later, they were awarded the Avinger Scholarship to pursue the idea. Shortly after, Altan Tutar, a Davidson College Junior and bonafide computer wiz, was brought on to the team as head of product development. Now, SowChange is a finalist in the Davidson College Venture Fund Pitch Competition, and will be pitching on April 24th at the College. SowChange is currently in trial stages, and plans to release a full version of the app in late 2019.

Questions?