IMPACT has partnered with four good causes in the water sanitation, poverty relief, AIDS assistance, and reforestation fields

Two students from the University of Manchester in the U.K. have launched a startup that aims to be a trusted platform for donations. Manit Sethi from Thailand and Tomas Mjartan from Slovakia created IMPACT during the first year of their International Management degree.

They applied to Accelerate ME, a scheme for Manchester Entrepreneurs members (a society at the University of Manchester) that helps startups accelerate their business. After being accepted onto the scheme, they were provided with a range of resources including funding, a workplace, mentors, and peer revision from the other teams, which has enabled them to develop their idea into a reality.

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