if-me.org

Open source

if-me.org is a free, open source mental health communication web app to share experiences with loved ones

Today's Balance
$33.44
Estimated Annual Budget
$154
Annual Budget
$800
per year

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Top financial contributors

Individuals

1
Josh Simmons

$160 USD since Jun 2020

2
Aaron Sachs

$150 USD since Feb 2018

3
Linda Peng

$90 USD since May 2020

4
Martijn

$50 USD since Oct 2017

5
Allan McKernan

$40 USD since Jul 2018

6
Yuan Ting Deng

$37.5 USD since Dec 2019

7
Project Yellow Dress

$25 USD since Dec 2019

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Guest

$20 USD since Jul 2021

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Triplebyte

$37.5 USD since Dec 2019

if-me.org is all of us

Our contributors 10

Thank you for supporting if-me.org.

Josh Simmons

$160 USD

Aaron Sachs

Backers

$150 USD

Linda Peng

Backers

$90 USD

Martijn

$50 USD

Allan McKernan

Backers

$40 USD

Yuan Ting Deng

$38 USD

Thanks for being open source contributors!

Triplebyte

$38 USD

Guest

$20 USD

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Today’s balance

$33.44 USD

Total raised

$479.81 USD

Total disbursed

$446.37 USD

Estimated annual budget

$153.67 USD

About


if-me.org is a community for mental health experiences that encourages people to share their personal stories with trusted allies. Trusted allies are the people we interact with on a daily basis, including friends, family members, co-workers, teachers, and mental health workers.

We care about marginalized communities that have little or no access to mental health education, resources, and services - including refugee and immigrant communities, ESL communities, and communities of colour.

As a free, not-for-profit open source project organized by underrepresented people in technology, every dollar counts in sustaining and scaling out our software and organization. We truly believe mental health needs to be open in order to improve lives. Mental health education, resources, and services need to be accessible to as many communities as possible.

Donating helps us to:
  • Reach out to more communities lacking mental health education, including minority, immigrant, and English as a Second Language (ESL) communities. We've translated our site to many languages including Spanish, Chinese, and Hindi.
  • Engineering costs including hosting and server expenses
  • Compensate our writers who invest a lot of emotional labour in our blog
  • Additional costs of maintaining a welcoming and inclusive contributor community

Breaking down stigmas is any community starts with one person opening up. You can read about our founder Julia Nguyen's journey and motivations in starting the project here. We launched a blog this year - we hope to continue sharing incredible and inspiring stories from our community.

We are always looking for new contributors! You can follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @ifmeorg.

Our team