Alice is a social funding and impact management platform built on the Ethereum blockchain.
We incentivise social organisations (charities, NGOs, social enterprises) to run projects transparently, by making sure that they get paid more when they achieve their goals.
The performance of each project is publicly available, making it easier for funders (philanthropic organisations, impact investors, small donors) to identify and help scale social projects that actually work.
Shared impact data also helps reduce due diligence and reporting costs, and helps social organisations collaborate more effectively.
Join us to help eradicate the problems that these social projects are tackling.
Our first live application is a donation platform that shows donors exactly what impact their money makes. Have a look at our first pilot below helping 15 rough sleepers in London.
with Social Alpha Foundation
Alice is working with SAF to foster new ways of delivering and tracking impact using blockchain technology. The partnership involves working with, and funding innovative non-profits that are either blockchain natives, or are leveraging the technology to improve people's lives in ways that haven't been possible before.
with Innovate UK & Imperial College
Mixing selective disclosure and obfuscation, Alice allows projects to collaborate by sharing information about the people they help, while respecting their privacy. Designed as an an open standard, compatible with all self-sovereign ID systems, and compliant with data protection regulations.
with the Impact Management Project
The Impact Management Project is a global, open and iterative initiative developing consensus about how to measure and manage impact. The shared fundamentals will be integrated deep into Alice’s impact management protocols to help grant-makers, impact investors and donors to compare and benchmark performance.
with CAF - the Charities Aid Foundation
The Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) is a global organisation that helps people and businesses support the causes they care about, and motivates society to give ever more effectively. CAF is collaborating with Alice on an operational level to transform lives and communities around the world.
Raphaël and Areti studied together at the London School of Economics and met Jakub at a hackathon in London. They founded Alice in April 2016.
Business development & charity tech expert. Formerly COO of CliqStart. Ex Brazil head at Speyside corporate relations.
Design & UX expert. Founder & CEO of two previous startups. Formerly a digital advertising consultant.
Ten years experience as a developer in the financial sector. Formerly CEO of Open Reference (blockchain screening).
We’ve created an advisory board of thought leaders from the impact investing, blockchain and philanthropy sectors that will help us shape the future of social funding.
Charity blockchain expert. Also a technology advisor to smaller charities and board member at the Harris Federation.
Heads the blockchain for social impact coalition at ConsenSys. Board member of several impact investment funds.
Specialist in impactful innovation and investment strategy. Trustee at Future First Global. Former advisory lead at Volans.
Director of the Imperial College Centre for Cryptocurrency Research. Professor of Applied Quantitative Analysis.
Software engineer with deep expertise in DAO governance. Also lead tester of the Ethereum protocol and CTO at Slock.it.
Leads the Charities Aid Foundation's international work. Former Head of private sector engagement at VSO.
Recognised decentralisation and crypto-economics researcher. Member of TechUK DLT and IET Blockchain Working Groups.
Blockchain investor and advisor. Marketing specialist. Business Development Director at Just Eat.
Impact investor. Visiting Fellow of Practice at Oxford University. Research Fellow at Good Money Lab.
Former Director of B Lab, MD of Sonen Capital and Board Chair of the Global Giving Foundation.
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