We are trying to make the world a better place by ending homelessness and eradicating poverty.
What if there were a new way to tackle homelessness?
One that makes poverty profitable for the poor.
today, Kanndoo makes that a possibility.
At its heart sits CARA, a free app connecting people who need assistance to those who can deliver it. Working in pairs, our family of apps connects and engages communities for social benefit.
As a non-profit organisation we channel money from the sale of apps and in-app advertising space into improving housing provision and creating opportunities for the homeless and those living in poverty.
Kanndoo’s perpetual motion social care solution works 24/7 for the homeless, funding social enterprises and charitable organisations.
For less than the price of a cup of coffee, users can help prevent the cycle of poverty and help fund projects in their local area.
CARA – A free app connecting the vulnerable and homeless to available help.
AIDA – An app connecting people, charities and agencies to the homeless and dispossessed.
Paired apps linking the general public to CARA and AIDA, providing specific services to people in need.
Paid for Apps that put local micro-businesses on the map and market them to buyers. All proceeds fund local social enterprises and micro-dwelling shelters.
The sale of apps and in-app advertising space helps Kanndoo fund projects that make a difference. Technology to end homelessness.
A ‘Swiss Amy Knife’ of life saving tools. This free app connects the vulnerable and homeless to available help. Find Out More
Become a first responder and come to the aid of someone in distress. Find Out More
Give unwanted items a new lease of life by donating them to locals in need. Find Out More
Claim listed unwanted items within a five-mile radius. Find Out More
The sale of apps and advertising space within our apps helps fund our other projects:
Micro-dwellings to provide shelter for rough sleepers.
Direct employment for homeless people selling our products.
Linking charities and support agencies through common cause.
Creation of housing opportunities for those whom others turn away.