Virgance is a for-profit, web 2.0 company that takes new activism ideas and uses the power of online social networks to scale each idea into a large-scale, citizen-powered global campaign in order to improve the world. Virgance plans to build social web applications on top of a platform that auto-deploys our apps to Facebook, MySpace and other open social platforms in order to make activism and civic engagement more fun, more effective, more social, and more widely embraced.
Funding Rounds (1) - $750kUpdate
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