Revolutionize global philanthropy through technology.
Leverage the power of Bitcoin and Blockchain technology to improve public health and the environment worldwide.
Founded in 2013, BitGive is the first Bitcoin 501(c)(3) nonprofit, giving it tax exemption status at the federal level in the United States. BitGive has built a positive philanthropic representative organization for the Bitcoin and Blockchain industry, bridging the gap between an innovative technology and its practical applications for nonprofits and humanitarian work in the developing world. BitGive has established strong partnerships and raised funds with well-known nonprofits including Save the Children, The Water Project, TECHO, Medic Mobile, and more.
In 2015, BitGive announced its Bitcoin Charity 2.0 Initiative, which includes a variety of projects aimed at leveraging Bitcoin and blockchain technology to benefit charitable organizations worldwide. Our flagship project is GiveTrack, a revolutionary donation platform for nonprofits to provide transparency and accountability to donors by sharing financial information and direct project results in real time.
BitGive has been featured in Entrepreneur, Wall Street Journal, US News and World Report, Non Profit Times, Inside Philanthropy, Chronicle of Philanthropy, and more. Ms. Gallippi, BitGive’s Founder and Executive Director, has presented internationally on the social impact of Bitcoin and Blockchain.
Areas of Focus
Improving public health on an international scale, including cancer and disease research and innovations; challenges of poverty, hunger, and shelter; and other efforts to improve public health.
Improving the environment, including protection of important habitats and species; clean water and clean air; reduced dependence of fossil fuels; preparing for and defending against extreme weather events; and other efforts to improve and enhance the environment.
- Work will be conducted in a financially prudent manner for the purpose of long-term sustainability of the organization to deliver its mission.
- Partnerships will only be considered with sound and effective organizations that demonstrate progress and success towards desired outcomes.
- Areas of focus will be relatively free of political or other controversial agendas.
Standards and Criteria for Partners
- Organizational effectiveness
- Financial stability
- Track record of success
- Legal compliance
- Cost-effective outcomes