BitGive Partners with US Based NGO GiveTrack for the Provision of Aid in Venezuela

The BitGive which is the very first nonprofit organization has just gone ahead to announce a partnership they have gotten into that is said will assist with the aid in Venezuela.

The company has gone ahead to partner with a nonprofit organization that is US based that has been able to provide the large scale humanitarian aid within Venezuela.

With the ongoing political interest together with economic crisis has left the country to be in desolation as masses of refugees are continually fleeing the country and has also lead to thousands of lives being lost along the way.

Three projects have been put in place

But with them coming together they have been able to onboard about three new projects to the GiveTrack, which is the flagship for BitGive that has been created as a donation tracking platform.

The very first project they have built will be able to support the Venezuela Orphans; this is by providing them with shoes, clothes, food, toys, drinking water and medication.

The second project has been established to support the animal shelters that are in Venezuela by ensuring they have provided high-quality food, supplements and vitamins, tick and flea collars and much more.

As for the third project it will be responsible for providing quality medicine and food for the vulnerable adults and the children who are in hospitals across the country.

The executive director and the founder of the BitGive, Connie Gallippi went on to state that they are very excited with the projects that have been established as from this move the company will be able to make a decisive move within the country.

“We're really excited to onboard these new projects onto GiveTrack because we have the opportunity to make a real difference for a country in need. Our NGO partner has a tried-and-true reputation of uplifting individuals and rebuilding communities in South America through humanitarian aid. Now, with GiveTrack, we're able to showcase their work and commitment to the global Bitcoin community and hopefully inspire the community to donate to these worthy causes.”

GiveTrack has a new project that they have launched; this is in addition to these projects that have been based in Venezuela. The new project that they have just started is in partnership with the Bone Marrow Donor Registry in Ukraine.

With the donations that are made they will go straight to support the registrations that are made of the new bone marrow donors in efforts to fight against blood cancer.

More on the GiveTrack

The platform has been offering unprecedented transparency through the whole donation process; thus, this has given the different donors the ability to quickly trace a transaction that has made on the public platform all in real time.

As a donor, you will be able to see exactly how each of the funds gets spent, and they also make sure that it all reaches the final destination.

The GiveTrack platform has also been able to provide the different donors with the direct evidence-based reporting for the donations that have been made through milestones.

More about the BitGive

The company was founded back in 2013 by Connie Gallippi, who has been considered to be a leading figure within the industry. The platform has been considered to be the very first Bitcoin 501(c)(3) a nonprofit organization that has been recognized by the U.S government.

The primary aim for the organization is to ensure they have bridged the gap that exists between the blockchain technology and the bitcoin industry and the practical applications that this new technology is able to offer; this is in both the charitable and humanitarian projects.

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