Anushay Hossain reports in Forbes:
Dale Nirvani Pfeifer grew up sharing sidewalks with penguins (true story), and daydreaming against the vast blue skies of her native New Zealand. But the Founder & CEO of GoodWorld, a tech startup that makes donating easy on social media, always knew her destiny was in America.
'I had actually always wanted to move to the U.S., ever since I was a kid,' Nirvani Pfeifer tells me. 'My goal in life has always been to create the biggest impact and help the most people, but that can be difficult to do in New Zealand - it's far away from a lot of the rest of the world, doesn't have a huge population, and capital isn't as accessible as it is here.'
GoodWorld's #donate technology is changing the way people connect online by making donating to charity as simple as sending out a tweet, or posting a comment. Nirvani Pfeifer came up with the idea after reading a Facebook post about an Afghan educator she wanted to donate to, but wound up frustrated by the complicated process to give to a good cause. GoodWorld officially began 'unleashing the next generation of generosity' in 2014, and business could not be better.
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