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$3,820

of our $10,000 goal

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We’re getting ready for the alpha launch, and we need your help

As we get ready for launch, we need to pay up front for some services that will help us build a successful business and democratic foundation. Our goal is to raise $10,000 to cover the following:

  • Automated sales tax compliance software
  • Legal support costs
  • Professional review of our bylaws

All donated funds go directly toward our startup costs -- none of the Comradery developers receive a salary or stipend. This one-time fundraiser will allow us to remain completely free of vulture capitalists and outside financial interests.

Thanks so much for your support! For more information, see our latest update.

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Who's asking?

We’re a group of activists and workers spread out all over the USA. The founding member team’s goal is to lend our skills to jump start Comradery as an organization, and hand off duties to new members as we grow and improve.
Cade Underwood

Cade is an organizer and soon-to-be movement lawyer in Philadelphia. Cade researches housing policy, organizes with service workers in Philly, and is developing the legal and financial structures of Comradery.
Majed Elass

Majed is a UX/UI Designer & Developer in the Northern Virginia area and co-founder of Pixel Commerce LLC, a worker co-op that builds web applications. Majed is building the technology that Comradery runs on.
Ty Underwood

Ty is a labor organizer, designer, and professor of design in Seattle. They are working to develop the design and organization structure of Comradery.
John Dorsey

John is a writer, performer and activist currently located in Atlanta Georgia. They are also a co-owner of Pixel Commerce LLC, a digital design worker co-op. John is assisting in the language and copy of Comradery.
Alana Lynch

Alana is a labor organizer, musician, and amateur historian in Seattle. They are studying parliamentary procedure and working to develop the democratic structure, bylaws, and code of conduct for Comradery.