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Indigo allows you to give free objects and services to the community, and to get involved with Nonprofit Organizations acting for a more ecological and solidarity-based society.
On average, donating an item on Indigo avoids the production of 65.40kg of CO2*.
That is the equivalent of a trip from Paris to Nantes by car.
By donating your old objects, you protect the environment and make people happy!
*Estimated by Atmoterra, based on the average of 1000 items donated on the Indigo app in 2020.
Indigo is a virtuous social network serving the general interest.
A social project led by a committed team. Initially financed thanks to crowdfunding, the project became a social company in 2019. It redistributes 10% of its profits to the associative world.
The platform is owned by the non-profit La Coopérative Indigo, whose mission is to innovate in the creation of social ties.
To slow down the social phenomena that divide us, we rely on mutual help, sharing and the desire to improve the living conditions of the most disadvantaged.
By providing a tool to highlight the generosity of users, we contribute to the emergence of a more collaborative society.
Recycling and mutual help promote the circular economy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
In order to support the integration of refugees, exiled and migrant people in France and Europe, Indigo is supported and financed by the AMIF (Asylum, Migration Integration Fund) of the European Union. This project aims to deploy Indigo in Greece, Finland, Poland, Cyprus, France and Italy to facilitate the social integration of migrant populations in their host countries. In this sense, the application is translated into 3 languages: Urdu, Farsi and Arabic.
Indigo gathers a community of committed citizens for a world with more solidarity and a preserved environment.
You need furnitures, commodities, or a volunteering help?
Simply ask the community!
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