Connect the world's trusted nonprofits to help increase collaboration and to see better outcomes.
To provide an online platform where quality charities-
1) are searchable by location and topic,
2) show accountability, and
3) can increase collaboration and access to other tools
to more effectively improve the world.
Realizing the full potential of the nonprofit sector
—by creating a database for universal access to nonprofit services, accountability in the nonprofit sector, and—
to drive a new era of connection and collaboration.
How did WikiCharities come to be?
Angie Holzer founded Given Tree to help smaller nonprofits. 501c3 nonprofit status obtained in 2012.
Given Tree supports smaller trusted nonprofits globally by providing resources, funding, and leading medical teams.
WikiCharities was started with the idea of supporting and expanding on Given Tree.
Our founder, Angie Holzer, completes her doctorate
Dr. Holzer's research focuses on ways to improve the nonprofit sector. WikiCharities was born.
Branding, logo and tagline established
WikiCharities.org starts to become real by establishing a branding guide, logo, tagline and a mission statement.
University interns join our team.
University students from around the nation became a crucial part of building our business plan.
WikiCharities.org goes live
We launched the platform to illustrate our vision for potential investors.
1.7 million nonprofits uploaded
All U.S.-based nonprofits are uploaded and become searchable on WikiCharities.org by location.
Given Tree becomes WikiCharities
WikiCharities takes Given Tree's certification and makes it a global validation.
WikiCharities Profile Page
All nonprofits receive a FREE WikiCharities profile page, making their nonprofit searchable on our map by topic.
WikiCharities joins MBC program
Dr. Angie Holzer invited to join other fellow innovators in taking companies to sustainability in 9 months.