Our goal is to inspire the world to give more, and give better.
We want every human to experience what it means to live generously. We want to move away from debates focused on what you’re against and towards the life-giving conversations about what you are for. We want to create a world where all basic human needs are met: clean water, food security, and housing for everyone.
We don’t shy away from audacious projects like solving pressing climate change issues through campaigns funded to the level of Google’s ad platform or Amazon’s delivery network. We can change our culture’s me-first competitive landscape that prioritizes ego by instilling confidence in the next generation to not be fixated on self. They’ll have an early revelation that it’s not about them. They’ll be the ones to say: it's not about how much I can keep; it's about how much I can give.
If we had it our way, top publications would stop releasing lists of the top richest people based on net worth because that incentivizes them to keep it. Instead, they would create a hierarchy based on how much individuals earned, compared to how much they gave.
People will start negotiating compensation packages based on how much they'll be able to give. Employees will specifically choose companies that use Overflow because it's a platform that allows them to frictionlessly integrate their recurring giving from their pay. Not an amount. But a percentage.
Because, it’s not always about the big numbers as much as it’s about the consistency and commitment that makes a difference in giving. And that’s what we’re here for—making it easy to choose a lifestyle of generosity.