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Impactree Reaches 10,000 Completed Actions!

10,000 actions

Here at Impactree, we aim to engage individuals who believe in the power of action, and want to make the world a better place. In just over a year of operation, we have already had incredible results, with far more than 10,000 actions completed by thousands of people! We caught up with Fiona Beltran, a student at UC Berkeley, who completed our 10,000th action.

Fiona is exactly the kind of person we built Impactree for. She is a 4th year Molecular and Cell Biology student who finds juggling a busy school schedule and meaningful political action very difficult. She’s committed to making a positive impact in her community, but finding the time to have a substantial change in her community is quite a challenge. It is this exact reason that she finds Impactree fulfilling.

“Impactree offers the most feasible and easily met goals in my daily life because it’s often difficult to put my life on hold for politics.” Impactree offers Fiona a way to take action in the world in mere minutes, making change attainable and fun. Not only is she helping the causes she is passionate about, but Impactree helps her feel connected to the world around her. 

“Impactree makes you feel like you’re part of a community, and it’s a lot easier to complete actions and take on tasks when you know your friends are doing it too. My friends and I make a collective impact and meet easy goals we set for ourselves!” We at Impactree know the world can be fractured, and we are thrilled to hear our platform is helping people feel connected and like a part of something bigger than themselves.

It can be very difficult to balance life obligations with social awareness and impact. However, we at Impactree are trying to remedy this issue by combining the two, building a civic action platform which is best used with friends. Help us achieve more, together!

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