My Mission…

To connect nonprofits and their supporters in an age where everything is going mobile.

In an age where companies need to “go mobile or go home,” nonprofits are at a disadvantage because they are stretched too thinly and rely on volunteerism. I am currently in the process of trying to build a company that helps bridge the gap between nonprofits and mobile apps.  That’s all I’ll really say about that for now (wouldn’t want someone running off with my idea 🙂 ).

Campaignerships, my blog, is meant to give you all a heads-up on any “cool” apps that I find focused on social good, as well as neat campaigns I find that have been produced by nonprofits.  I tend to focus on collaborative campaigns – those that were put together by more than one organization – but if I find something great, I try to spread the word!

Who’s behind this?

Me. I’m Jeremy and, yes, I’m addicted to Starbucks (and now Cafe Luna).  I was born in Connecticut and currently live in Boston, MA.

Since 2002 I have worked as a mental health advocate.  While in high school, I co-founded a group meant to educate my community and spread awareness about suicide and substance abuse prevention.  Since then I have taken my work to both a state and national level.  I have been fortunate enough to work with many nonprofit organizations and truly learn what makes them tick (and why some fail).

Once I graduated college I worked at a startup company based in Cambridge, MA as the Director of Marketing and Outreach, while continuing my advocacy work with various organizations.  As soon as I parted ways with my former employer, I’ve had the “entrepreneurial itch.”  With my background working for causes that I’m passionate about, I wanted to find a way to capitalize on my interests in technology and nonprofits.


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