Users can cohost events or manage
Community and grassroots organizations are constantly working together and they need an organizing command center. DavidsRock will give them an all-in-one platform for recruiting, networking and advertising
Form coalitions with like-minded groups or people. Build your network and capitalize on momentum. Finding local organizations and events in your area, so that you can organize around a cause in person.
Having trouble finding community or grassroots events? We provide you a map that shows all of the organizing in your area.
And you can search for community and grassroots organizations that organize around a similar cause.
We will help people scale their networks of coalitions and develop a grassroots organizing command center.
Organizations can directly connect with users that are posting about their cause.
DavidsRock users can choose a cause and we connect them with community or grassroots organizations.
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Users can cohost events or manage
that consist of you, or an org with local chapters and subdivisions
Create a profile for yourself so that you can connect with community and grassroots organizations
You make a public post about an issue that you want to address, and we connect you with groups that organize around that cause
Organizations or people can manage different tiers of their group
Need help or advice? We will have live support that is there to respond to your every need or give you advice
“We have anywhere from 10-20 social justice organizations here in the county, there all doing different events and some of them have uniform collaboration but not enough. I feel like if 1 of us has an event, they should be able to promote to all members through one event and group. We will get more turnout, but those people that weren't holding the event now get to expose a whole bunch of people to their group. This is a win win win, why are we not all working together.”Marco Aguirre (Fillipinos in Action)
“Where is the ball being dropped in passing that information from the people creating the resources, the programs, the waivers to the people that need them. Where is the disconnect.”Nini Amene (Food Workers United)
“We dont know whether it’s the pandemic or people are burned out on Zoom or politically burnt out, emotionally burnt out. But engagement is not there. So even when I am able to make connections with these groups, they are not able to do much and it has been a struggle. I have no idea how to engage and reactivate people. Passion and drive has fizzled out.”Anonymous (Running For Office)
“The biggest problem with the system is that even if there are resources and services to help people, they don't know about it or they don't”Mani Bal (South Asian - American Alliance)
“Where is the ball being dropped in passing that information from the people creating the resources, the programs, the waivers to the people that need them? Where is the disconnect?”Adanna Kpaduwa (Women in Healthcare)
“There used to be community centers and ymcas and a variety of community places where people got information. Covid made us more isolated”Kali Hinkson (Global Climate Change Alliance)
“When I was knocking on doors Throughout the campaign, I met people that aren't organizers., They always wanted to get involved and asked how”Daniel Wilson (State Assembly Candidate)
Uche chose to build DavidsRock because of the difficulties that he faced when he was trying to collaborate with politicians and like-minded groups. They were using slack channels, discords, google docs, and email chains. Coordinating all of that communication with my organization was difficult because there was no process for forming partnerships and working together. There wasn't a place for me to coordinate with volunteers and the multiple organizations that Uche collaborated with during that election season.
Kithmal Warnasooriya is the CTO and he connected with Uche through a website that pairs developers with tech projects that are for social good. When the 2 soon to be founders connected, they proceeded to build out a team of 20+ volunteers from around the world and developed DavidsRock Kithmal is building most of the product along with assistance from the rest of the team.
Giving people a place to come together
To be the connective tissue that links society to organizations that make a difference.
Connecting Society with organizations that make a difference
Our team has 20+ members from all around the world. Each team member saw the value that DavidsRock can provide to the world, and they come from over 5 different countries