Catchafire: A New Way To Ignite Volunteerism

Catchafire: A New Way To Ignite Volunteerism
technology

A new business based on the idea that many talented professionals want to volunteer but aren’t sure of how to do so in an efficient and effective way.

Courtney Boyd Myers
  • 30 june 2010

Adam Braun, the Executive Director of Pencils of Promise believes humanity is reaching a “collective consciousness of creating good.” If Braun is right, all eyes may be turning towards a new volunteer initiative called Catchafire, a recently launched for-profit business started by Rachael Chong, an ex-investment banker who helped launch BRAC USA, the US affiliate of BRAC, one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the world.

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