Written up in the Globe and Mail
We were written up in the Globe and Mail: Using public data, entrepreneurs wring cash from the world of charity.
Ajah pulls all of this data into one spot, largely from publicly available documents such as government disclosures, charity tax returns and corporate social responsibility reports. Fundtracker paints a picture of Canada’s funding ecosystem: who funds whom, how often, and when.
Each funding body has a dedicated page showing whom it has historically funded. It works in reverse, too – charities and other fundraising bodies each have their own landing page, so clients can see who has funded them. Clients can follow an organization and receive an e-mail every time it receives new funding.
The title obviously doesn't represent what we think we do (specifically the "wringing cash" part) but such is the news business.