April 2022 winner World Central Kitchen

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Charitocracy's 68th check to April winner World Central Kitchen for $1150

We have good news about April winner World Central Kitchen, right after this quick update...

Keep being awesome.

You all make me so proud when it comes time to write our monthly grant checks. This money comes from you, and is pointed in the right direction by you. Jessica and I have the simple yet super satisfying job of signing the checks and putting them in the mail. But the rest is all you. Thanks for everything, and keep up the good work. Literally, good work. It doesn't get much better than this.

April 2022 winner World Central Kitchen

At midnight on April 30 we named Charitocracy's 68th monthly winner. Congratulations to World Central Kitchen, nominated by donor Stephanie. They provide meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. You can find their website here.

Now you have a week to further sweeten the pot with a special one-time donation of any amount, which we'll add straight to the check we write to WCK next week. (We received two biggies already, thanks!)

So finally check out this moving video about a shelter in Lviv, Ukraine where winner World Central Kitchen delivers two meals each day. Then feel good about your part in our collective $1150+ grant to support WCK's ongoing work.

Have a great May and be sure to log into Charitocracy to update your votes or nominate a new cause!

March 2022 winner International Rescue Committee

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Charitocracy's 67th check to March winner International Rescue Committee for $1010

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Our first public event ever!

League of Women Voters of Dare County invited me and Jessica to speak at their monthly luncheon last month at 3 Tequilas in Kill Devil Hills on St. Patrick's Day. What a total blast! We had a lot of laughs telling them how Charitocracy works and about the origins of Charitocracy OBX. Donor (and prolific OBX nominator) John Towler wrote about it for their monthly newsletter. Thanks for the opportunity!

March 2022 winner International Rescue Committee

Last night we named Charitocracy's 67th monthly winner. Congratulations to International Rescue Committee, nominated by donor TdotWING. They help people affected by humanitarian crises to survive, recover and rebuild their lives. You can find their website here.

Now you have a week to further sweeten the pot with a special one-time donation of any amount, which we'll add straight to the check we write to IRC next week. (We received one already, thanks!)

So finally check out this short International Rescue Committee video from Lena in Kyiv honoring the strength of women in Ukraine. Then feel good about your part in our collective $1010+ grant to support IRC's ongoing work.

Have a great April and be sure to log into Charitocracy to update your votes or nominate a new cause!

February 2022 winner We The Protesters

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Charitocracy's 66th check to February winner We The Protesters for $1000

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Charitocracy Boot Camp

Our daughter, Felicity, donated her time and talent to a collection of short training videos we're calling Charitocracy Boot Camp. Each one is super short (about a minute long) and walk you through one aspect of the Charitocracy website, such as voting, nominating, or resetting your password. Enjoy, and maybe learn something new? (Thanks for being awesome, Felicity!)

February 2022 winner We The Protesters

Last night we named Charitocracy's 66th monthly winner. Congratulations to We The Protesters, nominated by donor zardoz. They are a national organization focused, through their Campaign Zero, on ending racism and police violence in the United States. You can find their website here.

Now you have a week to further sweeten the pot with a special one-time donation of any amount, which we'll add straight to the check we write to WTP next week.

So finally check out this 2019 talk by data scientist and activist Samuel Sinyangwe about Campaign Zero and the Police Scorecard. Then feel good about your part in our collective $1000+ grant to support WTP's ongoing work.

Have a great March and be sure to log into Charitocracy to update your votes or nominate a new cause!