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There's a growing imbalance in our society.

We believe the answer lies in growing the power of community.

Our Vision

A world where local communities are empowered to support their own wellbeing.

We want to give local communities more power, more control and more voice. We believe one of the most effective ways to help maintain people's health and wellbeing is to support the needs-based priorities that are defined by communities they live in.

Our Mission

To grow the power of community

We believe that decentralisation technologies now give us the ability to scale localism and build a public good infrastructure that can used by communities around the world to support their own wellbeing. When complete this infrastructure will also enable local communities to coordinate value and leverage their collective voice to make change.

 

For the Web 3 curious, we see our infrastructure supporting the creation of community wellbeing Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs). Learn more here.

Our Road Map

The following planned roadmap will be heavily influenced / adapted as new communities join and provide feedback.  Our objective is to create a highly configurable system that can be tailored / adapted to each communities requirements within an architecture that can be be scaled to unlimited numbers of communities, users and funders.

  1. Give funders and communities a radical new way to fund local initiatives. Our participatory grant making tool is now available to communities and it is currently being trialled across NZ and the UK.

  2. Start rolling out the governance, financial and other tools to supercharge localism and empower communities (e.g. steward elections, delegated voting, opinion signalling, savings pools, local currencies, volunteer coordination, micro endowments, defi integration)

  3. Build out the data and impact measurement infrastructure that will create a powerful, valuable and realtime sensing network as the number of communites/user grows. 

  4. Democratise giving by building out tools that will allow donors (financial and other) to easily and efficiently donate or "stake" to support local initiatives at scale.  

  5. Support communities to leverage their collective voice and use the tools to signal and influence wider systems (i.e. local and central government and corporations).

  6. Build out the ownership and internal value creation tools that will reduce / eliminate the dependence on external funders. 

  7. Enable communities to interconnect. Create “Coordi-Nations”:  voluntary interwoven networks of communities, with aligned values and a shared identity. They mutualise resources to redistribute them within the network and to engage in collective action, through participatory governance and interdependency between nodes

 

If you would like to support us on our journey find how you can help here.

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