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The Chalkboard is a study in living well. Their mission is simple: encourage you to thrive in every aspect of your daily life. We’re passionate about creating a conversation about health, wellness, fitness, beauty, nutrition, philanthropy and other issues. We want to wake up with you, inspire you to set your intentions for the day and accompany you as you see your vision through.
Etsy is the world's handmade marketplace. Our mission is to empower people to change the way the global economy works. We see a world in which very-very small businesses have much-much more sway in shaping the economy, local living economies are thriving everywhere, and people value authorship and provenance as much as price and convenience. We are bringing heart to commerce and making the world more fair, more sustainable, and more fun.
For centuries, becoming an “inventor” has been a hard gig to crack. Complexities relating to financing, engineering, distribution, and legalities have stood in the way of brilliant people executing on their great ideas. Quirky makes invention acccessible.
Lucky Ant is the first ever hyper local crowd funding platform. When small businesses in your community can’t grow and get better because cash is tight, Lucky Ant gives you the opportunity to help them.
Lucky Ant brings you one business every week that needs help funding a project. When we post a project, it has 7 days to reach its fundraising goal. When the goal is reached, Lucky Ant unlocks the funds, and the business can fund the project.
See Click Fixhttp://www.seeclickfix.com
SeeClickFix allows anyone to report and track non-emergency issues anywhere in the world via the internet. This empowers citizens, community groups, media organizations and governments to take care of and improve their neighborhoods.
Krrb is a safe place to buy, sell, trade and give to your neighbors — locally and in-person. Krrb puts you at the center of your stomping grounds and displays all that you and your neighbors have to offer.
Design*Sponge is a design blog run by Brooklyn-based writer, Grace Bonney. Launched in August of 2004, the site updates between 6-8 times per day and was declared a “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials” by the New York Times. Design*Sponge attracts a diverse group of devoted readers across the globe.