Two approaches to making tech better

Ethical Angel is an expanding network that allows corporate volunteers to be matched with opportunities. Labayk is an Islamic social media that gives to charity. Together they represent a move to use technology for good as the major providers remain dogged by controversy.

Ethical Angel is launching in India with partners CAF India and marks the first foray by the company into an international market, following successfully proving the concept with several businesses in the UK.

Meanwhile, Labayk strives to be the world’s first socially responsible social media network donating a minimum of half of its profits to charities chosen by its users and embedding Islamic values.

The platform wants to work with charities and NGOs that focus on the provision of food, medical care, education, clothing, and housing, but ultimately, the choice of charity lies with those who nominate charities.

Labayk states that it intends to be about building communities, not followers. Instead of using targeted or aggressive advertising, Labayk puts philanthropy at the heart of its ethos by donating to charities and guarantees not to share data or tolerate ‘trolling’ or abuse online.

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