Rally.org is an easy to use storytelling platform that's designed to empower technical and non-technical users to fundraise and build social awareness on a large scale. To date, the platform has enabled millions of individuals and organizations to share, connect to, and broadcast their passions, provide solutions to problems, leverage social networks, and mobilize communities.
Rally.org's users vary in size and scope and address a wide range of topics. The site has been used by everyone from political candidates for campaign fundraising to Jon Bon Jovi's non-profit foundation to help raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief. Others have created Rally campaigns to help cover the cost of medical expenses, pay for tuition, start companies, fund films and everything in-between.
Rally.org total Funding
Rally.org latest funding size
Time since last funding
|8 years ago|
|Greylock Partners, Josh Spear, Naval Ravikant, Eric Ries, Collaborative Fund, Michael Birch, Transmedia Capital, Relay Ventures, Ariel Poler, Seth Berman, Farallon Capital Management, Scott Belsky, Mark Kingdon, Floodgate, GV, Floodgate Fund, Quixotic Ventures, Ross Garber, Ephraim Luft, Aaron Dignan, Habib Haddad, Vianovo Ventures, Tom Brown|
Rally.org has 158 Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 2.3% month over month and increased 2.9% quarter over quarter
When was Rally.org founded?
Rally.org was founded in 2009.
Who are Rally.org key executives?
Rally.org's key executives are Sridhar Nallani, Tom Serres and Jon Cole.
How many employees does Rally.org have?
Rally.org has 5 employees.
Who are Rally.org competitors?
Competitors of Rally.org include StartEngine, Lendahand and Ulule.
Where are Rally.org offices?
Rally.org has an office in Berlin.
How many offices does Rally.org have?
Rally.org has 1 office.
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