Cooperation Engine is created as a response to the global CoronaVirus pandemic by our founder Prashant Sheth, who was pained by watching the sheer desperation inflicted by the Coronavirus pandemic (starting February 2020).
Non-profits and Non-govt agencies, communities of sorts (neighborhoods, schools, faith-based) are all stepping up and still people aren’t having their basic needs met because jobs have been lost and families are left at their own sources, in self-isolation/quarantine.
There are many miracles happening at this time too, as people step up their game to help each other, neighbors helping each other, friends and family sending wishes and prayers. Looking for being a solution, the idea came to him that instead of relying on external agencies, to empower people to help people in these circumstances. Many people, who’ve never expected an ask, have a hard time – and their dignity is important. That’s where the concept of anonymity came in, to protect those in need to be able to ask for what they needed.
Humans have incredible powers as community, and its time for community to step up the game.
To empower people to form powerful communities that build on contribution as a pillar of our interpersonal connection. We do this by providing organizations that work with groups of people with tools to powerfully move what it is they need, so that they are meeting their desired objectives as easily as possible, mobilizing the power of their member-connection.