Secure your spot as one of the first creators on Comradery
By signing up, you will receive an invitation when Comradery moves into beta, and occasional development and community updates.
You’re signed up! Here’s what happens next:
Watch your inbox - we’re working hard to get the platform operational and ready for a public beta, we will send out emails in stages with instructions on how to make your account (and with an invite to our Discord server).
Spread the word - Comradery will only succeed through word of mouth, please share Comradery.co on social media and with creators you know
Pitch in - In the meantime, this project is 100% bootstraped by us founding members, and we could use your help covering costs.
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What your contribution supports
Comradery will be sustained through member dues, but before then there are a number of startup costs. Servers, domains, legal and accounting fees, and other expenses can add up fast. We will not accept investment and give up member control of the project, so if you can pitch in to help us cover some of these startup costs it will help us to get running quickly.
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 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 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 is a labor organizer, designer, and professor of design in Seattle. They are working to develop the design and organization structure of Comradery.
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 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.