Believe.in, the social platform for good, has partnered with volunteering website Do-it, which is currently run by YouthNet. ivo.org will run the partnership and Believe.in will lead the technical development of Do-it, bringing its design focus and technical skills to the site. It will ensure that technology will always play a part in the next stage of development, helping the site achieve its full potential.
Believe.in launched in March 2013 with the aim of helping people to do more for charity. Volunteering plays a major part of how people contribute to the work charities do, so making this innovative and user-friendly is a key part of what Believe.in plans to achieve.
Jamie Ward-Smith, CEO of ivo.org and partner in the bid, said: “ivo is thrilled to be working with Believe.in and our other partners to take on this unique opportunity to build on YouthNet’s incredible legacy. We have exciting plans for Do-it’s future and we have put together a strong and creative team that will enable Do-it to continue to power volunteering and civil society for manyyears to come.”
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