Need Money or Volunteers? Raise $300-$10,000 for your project.

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If you need money to get your green idea started or to buy materials, we will teach you how to successfully fundraise for your project, to engage your audience and to not go bankrupt yourself.

ioby connects people and money to site-based projects. All of these projects are conceived, designed, and run by neighbors—which ensures community buy-in, long-term caretakers and daily reminders of what’s been achieved.

We've helped about 200 projects raise over $400,000 for environmental projects around NYC in the past few years, and are now expanding our efforts nationwide. Community gardens, parks, kayaks, compost bins, bicycle programs, chickens, bees and dogs have all benefited from working with us.

So come by and we'll teach you the tried and true techniques of what we know!

  • Need Money or Volunteers? Raise $300-$10,000 for your project.

    ioby HQ

    41 E 11th Street 3rd Fl
    New York, NY

    Wed, January 25th, 2012

    6:00 pm - 7:45 pm EST

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This class is hosted by ioby but taught by Kyle Westaway who believes in the power of the market to create a positive social and environmental change. He is a cofounder of Biographe - a sustainable style brand that employs and empowers survivors of the commercial sex trade in Bangkok and the Founding Partner of Westaway Law - an innovative law firm that counsels social entrepreneurs. Kyle is Lecturer at Law on Social Entrepreneurship Harvard Law School.

Westaway is a thought leader in the fields of social entrepreneurship, tech and career. He is the founder of Socentlaw, the first blog on social enterprise law and Career in Beta, a blog on the future of work. He writes for Wall Street JournalHarvard Business ReviewHuffington PostGOODVenture Beat and Social Earth. Westaway has been featured by The New York TimesXemplarWe Are NY Tech, Dowser; and has been honored as a Social Innovation Rockstar and Cordes Fellow.

Kyle serves as a mentor for both the iLab at Harvard University and Praxis, and is Chairman of the Board for both the Excel Charter School in Brooklyn and The Adventure Project - a nonprofit that seeks to add venture capital to social entrepreneurs in the developing world.

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