Change.org

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Change.org is an online petition platform allowing users to create and launch petition campaigns for various causes. The Company raises awareness about important causes and connects people to opportunities for action. Popular topics of Change.org petitions are economic and criminal justice, human rights, education, environmental protection, animal rights, health, and sustainable food.

TypePrivate
Founded2007
HQSan Francisco, US
Websitechange.org
Employee Ratings4.1

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)337(+3%)
Job Openings2

Key People/Management at Change.org

Ben Rattray

Ben Rattray

Founder and CEO
Mark Dimas

Mark Dimas

Cofounder & Chief Architect
Susana Fernández Garrido

Susana Fernández Garrido

Regional Director, Latin America
Emmy Suzuki Harris

Emmy Suzuki Harris

Managing Director, Asia
Irene Milleiro

Irene Milleiro

Managing Director, Europe
Nick Allardice

Nick Allardice

Vice President of Product & Design
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Change.org Office Locations

Change.org has offices in San Francisco, New York, Washington, Columbia and in 3 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
San Francisco
Columbia, US
Columbia, SC, USA
New York, US
New York, NY, USA
Washington, US
Washington, DC, USA
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Change.org Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Change.org's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $30 m. In total, Change.org has raised $72 m
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Change.org Online and Social Media Presence

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Change.org News and Updates

There's a province in Turkey called Batman — and a petition to move its borders into the shape of the superhero's logo now has 23,000 signatures

"Batman" is not just a comic book vigilante, it is also a Turkish province. In a story first spotted in BuzzFeed, someone has launched an online petition to redefine the region's borders into the shape of the "Batman" logo. "Batman needs some change! We can start with the border. By changing the b…

Historians Quit UVA Think Tank After School’s Hiring Of Ex-Trump Aide Marc Short

The two, who remain tenured professors, said Short "contributed to the erosion of civil discourse and democratic norms."

This is how to turn your idea for change into a movement

To create real change in your company, take a lesson from social organizers. Sometimes, an idea or cause inspires such fervent feelings and action from a large group that it becomes a movement that creates significant change in how people think, feel, and act. Over the years, movements like animal r…

Over 26,000 people sign petition to change the word 'No' to 'Yesn't'

If your brain already hurts from the Yanny/Laurel drama, get ready for the next way to butcher the English language: changing "no" to "yesn't."  A Change.org petition to change the word "no" to "yesn't" was posted on Tuesday. Since then, it's gained over 26,000 signatures, gaining hundreds of more…

Bank Of America’s Poorest Customers To Be Charged For Checking

People who once had free accounts may now have to pay $12 a month.
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Change.org Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Change.org founded?

    Change.org was founded in 2007.

  • Who are Change.org key executives?

    Change.org's key executives are Ben Rattray, Mark Dimas and Susana Fernández Garrido.

  • How many employees does Change.org have?

    Change.org has 337 employees.

  • Who are Change.org competitors?

    Competitors of Change.org include CafeMom, ResearchGate and Matrimony.com.

  • Where is Change.org headquarters?

    Change.org headquarters is located at San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Change.org offices?

    Change.org has offices in San Francisco, New York, Washington, Columbia and in 3 other locations.

  • How many offices does Change.org have?

    Change.org has 7 offices.