ImpactFlow is an online fundraising platform for nonprofits, businesses and individuals. Using its online dashboard, donors can discover and support nonprofits in their local community or beyond. Hundreds of businesses use ImpactFlow to donate to causes, and nonprofits such as Make-A-Wish Foundation and Girls Inc. use the platform to raise money and partner with businesses. ImpactFlow offers tools for event management, donations and social media publishing.
ImpactFlow has been active in the Portland nonprofit community, pursuing opportunities to collaborate on events such as the WVDO Nonprofit Tech Fair and NWCUA Marketing Conference. In 2015, ImpactFlow took the Portland Tech Diversity Pledge.
ImpactFlow was founded by Tyler Foreman and Armon Moore in August 2013. In 2014, ImpactFlow completed a $1.1m seed funding round. In August 2015, ImpactFlow announced that it had received another $5.7 million in funding from a group of private investors in Northern California.
Before starting ImpactFlow, CEO Tyler Foreman co-founded other software startups. In 2009 a company he co-founded called ICOMMM was acquired by RedZone Robotics, which was later highlighted by President Barack Obama during a speech at Carnegie Mellon's NREC facility. Chief Creative Officer Armon Moore graduated summa cum laude from North Carolina A&T State University with a B.S. in Graphic Communications. He also holds an M.A. in Motion Media Design, Savannah College of Art and Design. He is an alumnus of American Association of Advertising Agencies Multicultural Advertising Intern Program and was awarded a Tomorrow Award for his work as an Interactive Designer on a campaign for Maynards candy.
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