Maker of app that helps not-for-profits gets seed funding

An Indianapolis software startup that created an app that helps not-for-profits communicate with their supporters has received $500,000 in funding from Innovate Indiana. is also gaining traction with brands and school systems for its software, said co-founder Gagan Dhillon.

Innovate Indiana is a seed-stage venture fund that invests in Indiana University-affiliated startups. was founded by Dhillon, an IU student, and by Andrew Blejde, of Purdue University.

They hope the product will establish patterns of behavior and generate data that not-for-profits and businesses will consider valuable. They plan to sell subscriptions to the data for $29 a month.

Initially, they launched an iPhone app, but an Android version is soon to be released.•

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