Qipoqo. An abbreviation of “Quid Pro Quo”, Qipoqo allows you to trade stuff you enjoy and are good at for stuff you hate or can’t do. Handyman, painting, organizing, accounting, whatever — find someone who needs your skills, and stop doing the stuff you don’t enjoy.
The Drip Clip is a device from Shift Labs that allows for accurate medical dosage in areas that can’t afford the thousands-of-dollars of equipment found in US hospitals. Low-cost, easy-to-use technology that saves lives? This is the awesomeness of crowdfunding.
Operation Let’s Build a Goddamn Tesla Museum Nikola Tesla was one of the greatest inventors of the 19th century, but has not a single museum to honor his contributions. Although this campaign has met its goal, that amount only purchases the land — all contributions at this point will go towards building the actual museum.
Education For All, Big and Small is looking to build a school in Guatemala that would help families improve their educational status… no matter their current age or education. For kids, education will focus on learning how to learn, and exploration; adults will be able to get basic literacy and math skills. All ages learn practical skills like farming and handyman techniques, and education in traditional cultural practices as well.
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