WeAreTogether.ng: Independent CrowdSourced Stimulus Package for people affected by the COVID-19 lockdown

Tech startups are stepping up to do something about the financial stress that the lockdown due to COVID-19 might be causing. WeAreTogether.ng is offering up-to 10,000 Naira to people who apply for stimulus package on their website, https://wearetogether.ng.

Update: Final message from WeAreTogether


Before that tweet @wearetogether was able to raise 17.8 million Naira and disburse 17.3 million to 1739 Nigerians. Full audit available at https://wearetogether.ng/audit The best place to keep tab with @wearetogether is via their official twitter handle.

Who is WeAreTogether.ng

According to a paragraph from their official site, The people behind WeAreTogether are tech entrepreneurs who can not sit by and do nothing while the world falls apart. Using technology developed by their companies and the power of network, they are crowdsourcing a fiscal stimulus for Nigeria. WeAreTogether is not an NGO or a charity.

How it works

People that have the resources can donate on the platform (International donations are possible too). While those who need help can apply for 10,000 Naira on the website. WeAreTogether requires BVN and account number and makes payments instantly as soon as request is approved. They collect BVN because it is unique per person and this will help them support people and prevent one person from applying multiple times with multiple Account numbers.

If you wish to read more about how the selection process is done you can check the FAQ section on their website https://wearetogether.ng.

WeAreTogether.ng is not a fraud or scam, they are backed by top Nigerian startups like hotels.ng, Paystack, future.africa, Accounteer and others, These brands are well known with physical offices in Nigeria.

wearetogether partners.

It is nice to see independent groups step up to help people during these hard times outside making donations to local authorities and government. Indeed We Are Together.

Check them out on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram Stay Safe and bye-bye for now.

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