Built in Chicago was kind enough to write up a piece on us to coincide with our launch on the iOS App Store. Check out some highlights below πŸ‘‡

β€œThis economic crisis is what motivated Chicago-based brothers Sid and Arjun Srivastava to take action. This week, they are announcing the launch of their app Goodsend, which is intended to provide recurring micro-donations to those who need it the most.”

β€œWe started Goodsend because we genuinely feel the need to help support our community,” Sid Srivastava told Built In.”

β€œTo do that, we asked ourselves β€˜How do we get money into the hands of people who need it right away, without making them wait for government actions?’” Arjun Srivastava added.”

Now, the important question is who receives these direct payments. To pick its first round of beneficiaries, Goodsend has teamed up with Chicago-area nonprofits North Side Housing and Supportive Services and Care for Friends. These nonprofits have provided the company with a network of individuals experiencing homelessness who need the financial support.””

β€” Built in Chicago

Check out the full piece at the link: Goodsend Launches App to Crowdfund UBI