Thursday, June 9, 2016

Germany: Humanity First, CHARE joins forces for charitable communication


Humanity First (HF) aid projects are financed by member donations, individual donations, donations in kind, and collection campaigns.

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By CHARE GmbH | June 9, 2016

Humanity First will use CHARE for future internal and external communication – and other CHARE users can donate the proceeds from the time spent online to the human rights organization.

All kinds of organizations rely on appropriate resources and communication platforms to communicate in an effective and targeted way. CHARE offers its users more than traditional communication apps and has now won over Humanity First with its comprehensive features and charitable orientation. The organization plans to implement CHARE for internal and external communication throughout Germany.

Humanity First had been looking for a communications app that allows exchanges in groups of unlimited size for a long time. In comparison, Whatsapp limits groups to 256 people. With CHARE, the community can grow to any size and Humanity First can also use the app for its TV station, which various channels can subscribe to. CHARE’s survey feature is also ideal for the communication needs of the aid organization.

Besides the charitable feature and scope of functions, the security aspect formed a key criterion in making Humanity First decide on CHARE. CHARE is hosted in Europe and offers users 100 percent control over their own data. "We are currently recording growing interest in CHARE and are receiving inquiries from organizations from different sectors," says Bjorn Beyersdorff, the inventor and CEO of CHARE.

Humanity First (HF) is a global independent NGO (non-governmental organization) that is involved in disaster relief and helps the victims to plan and implement development projects in the areas of health, education, training, water supply, and caring for orphans. The aid projects are financed by member donations, individual donations, donations in kind, and collection campaigns.

CHARE GmbH is a German start-up that was founded in 2015 and has its seat in Glashuetten / Taunus. Its namesake, the communication platform CHARE helps organizations to make their mobile communication efficient, purposeful and charitable.

Overview of the advantages of CHARE
1. Charitable orientation
2. 100 percent control over your own information
3. Optimally tailored to group communication

Those who are interested can download CHARE for iOS here: itunes.apple.com/app/chare/id940383748?l=en&mt= 8 and for Android here: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.advancedprogressive.charenew

Further information can be found at www.chare.one

Bjorn Beyersdorff
- CEO -
CHARE GmbH
Glaskopfweg 6c
61479 Glashütten
Cellphone: +4915142547774
E-Mail: info@chare.one

This release was published on openPR.


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