A community of "do-gooders" who join together on the ThinkGood Network: a social network with a purpose. This, combined with simplified and mobile software keeps "do-gooders" fingertips away from all the information needed on how to give back, help others and be inspired to do so in their local area.
ThinkGood is disruptive by adopting to the way people of today want to give back. Using their skills, on their time alotments and commitments, and doing the things they like to do. In addition, because of the community, new and more "DoGood" opportunities are created. This is one of the first technologies to disrupt the world of philanthropy, putting those in need with those that can help, allow organization of local drives and other "DoGood" efforts in the community, company, group of friends or new people online met online.