MobileMatters

MobileMatters Imagine a device that combines all of man’s greatest advances in communication--voice, text, photography, cinema, radio, television, and the Internet-- into a single device that fits in your hand.

That’s mobile...and that's why mobile matters! MobileMatters is a social enterprise dedicated to helping non-profit organizations further their mission through the use of mobile technology. We design and develop fully integrated mobile strategies that “mPower” organizations to REACH more members and supporters, RAISE more funds and awareness, and RETAIN greater long-term relationships. Our team is comprised of cause-minded leaders from the mobile and non-profit sectors, who wish to collaborate with like-minded individuals, to immediately impact the quality of life around the globe, both human and animal.

Mission: Mission: Helping non-profits and socially responsible companies further their mission through the use of mobile technology. Vision: Building a global network of like-minded individuals, non-profits and socially responsible companies who come together, each with their unique skills, resources, ideas, etc., to make an immediate and measurable impact on the individual lives of both humans and animals.

Operating as usual

Please help us support one of our favorite Brooklyn-based vegan, organic, Latin food restaurants open up a second locati...
06/08/2015
Help bring VSPOT Latin Organic Vegan Eats to the EastVillage

Please help us support one of our favorite Brooklyn-based vegan, organic, Latin food restaurants open up a second location in NYC on 12 St. Marks Place and share their vision and delicious food even further. VSpot has been a Brooklyn/Park Slope staple, offering amazing food and comedy since 2009 and is committed to doing their best for our planet, the well-being of all sentient beings and believes deeply that the food choices we make have a profound impact on our physical health, our mental well being and the long-term sustainability of our planet. Their goal is to continue to provide GREAT tasting food that makes a positive impact on our community.

Please visit their Kickstarter page below: http://kck.st/1es5YoX, check out their fun donation options/packages and anything you can contribute to support this vision will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your support!

VSPOT restaurant serving specialty #vegan #empanadas & more over 9 years in Brooklyn. Now VSPOT Organic is coming to the East Village!

MobileMatters is proud to be working with Factory Farming Awareness Coalition - helping to provide people with healthy, ...
10/25/2013

MobileMatters is proud to be working with Factory Farming Awareness Coalition - helping to provide people with healthy, tasty, meat-free options, while raising awareness about factory farming. Simply text "BART" to "55678" to receive your recipes!

Text messaging is being used to provide more real-time care to people suffering from a heart attack - significantly incr...
10/25/2013
Text messages are saving Swedes from cardiac arrest

Text messaging is being used to provide more real-time care to people suffering from a heart attack - significantly increasing their chances of surviving. Another reason why mobile matters!

Sweden has found a faster way to treat people experiencing cardiac emergencies through a text message and a few thousand volunteers.A program called SMSlivråddare, (or SMSLifesaver) (link in Swedish) solicits people who've been trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). When a Stockholm residen...

"Meatout Matters!" Tomorrow March 20th is Meatout! Join thousands of people in taking the "pledge to go veg" for one day...
03/20/2013
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"Meatout Matters!" Tomorrow March 20th is Meatout! Join thousands of people in taking the "pledge to go veg" for one day. Text MEATOUT to 55678 for info, recipes, photos and more, right to your mobile phone!*

11/10/2012

SEND A "SANDY SHOUT" to those affected and let them know you're thinking about them!

Just text SANDYSHOUT (space) YOUR MESSAGE to 55678. We will post messages on our text wall for all to see!! http://mobilematters.org/sandyshouts

"Sandy"...followed by 6-8 inches of snow. Many have been without electricity or heat for 10 days.THOSE AFFECTED BY SANDY...
11/08/2012

"Sandy"...followed by 6-8 inches of snow. Many have been without electricity or heat for 10 days.

THOSE AFFECTED BY SANDY CAN APPLY FOR RELIEF FUNDS BY VISITING: http://mobilematters.org/mphilanthropy_grant_application

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE MOBILE PHILANTHROPY FOUNDATION can be made via:

PayPal: http://bit.ly/Y7pCKh
Check or credit card: http://bit.ly/SA9v6z
Phone: 888-898-2448
SMS/TXT: text "SANDY" to "55678" to pledge ANY AMOUNT
(your wireless bill will NOT be charged. You will have the option to process via PayPal, c.c., check, or a direct call from one of our staff/volunteers.

Donations are tax-deductible through our 501c3. 100% of your gift will go to those affected!! mPhilanthropy is an ALL VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION (many relief organizations have huge operating costs ((and salaries!)), leaving only a small % for those in need).

11/04/2012

Every family. Every story. Matters. Feel free to share yours!

From the Kanavy family in Seaford, New York,

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your concern. Yes, we took a hard hit. In the 65 years I’ve lived here I have never nor could have ever imagined the magnitude of a storm such as this. Every year we watch while the Media Circus has their day in the sun over dramatizing every storm and crying wolf. I knew this storm was big, but much more than I could have ever imagined.

I had heard stories about the Hurricane of 1938. This storm seemed to equal that. I sent the kids and Grandchildren away. John and I decided to stay and prepare right up to the last minute. Tricia and John’s new bride, Jessica, also stayed to weather out the storm.

We had 18 hours of 60-90 MPH winds. The incoming tidal surge came fast and furious. Our feeble efforts to thwart the force of Mother Nature were meet with unimaginable force. First John’s apartment flooded. We sat together in the living room as the ocean size waves slammed into the house filling the down stairs. Furniture racked back and forth with each wave surge, slamming beds, couches, and dressers through walls and ceilings and windows.

We evacuated the second floor for the third floor bedrooms when a 40 foot floating dock smashed through my sheds and into and through the downstairs playroom doors. Ocean waves washed in and up the stairs to our second floor kitchen and living room. I looked out the bedroom window as 6-8 ft rollers smashed into the house driving floating docks into the house like a battering ram. The house shook like it was coming apart. We heard buzzing and the fire alarms went off as a fire started in the electrical circuit box. The fire was put out by the surge of the waves: we saw an electrical line jumping around with flames coming off the end flying around just outside the living room window.

At this point we realized there was nothing to do but wait for the storm to end. The pounding stopped around 5AM at “Low Tide”, which was higher than a high tide. The water started to come back in. The stench of fuel oil was everywhere as everyone’s fuel tanks rolled over and leaked a sheen of oil over everything.

Long story short we all made it out alive. We have pretty much lost everything. My parents’ house took it just as hard. Both houses are unlivable and will be for some time if not forever.

So thank you for your concern. It means a lot at times like these. We survived and life goes on.

The Kanavy Family

"Sandy" - Devastation
11/04/2012

"Sandy" - Devastation

11/04/2012

"Jackson Matters"-

From "The Guardian".

"In every natural disaster, there are pictures of devastation that quickly become iconic; stories of heartache that become headlines.

There are also thousands of other small, individual tragedies that will never make a national headline. Stories that may, at best, warrant a passing sentence in a newspaper, a line in a local radio newscast, lost in the overall drama.

But their impact is just as moving. The tragedy that befell my neighborhood – two blocks is all it affected – will never warrant a story anywhere else but here. It is a hurricane Sandy tragedy just the same.

It is a story that highlights how lives from different backgrounds are suddenly brought together by unimaginable events in unimaginable ways.

I have always counted myself fortunate to live in lower Manhattan; an old warehouse building, almost on the bank of the Hudson River that proved to be literally in the eye of Monday's storm.

Across the street – maybe 50 feet away – in a building basement, was the garage where I had parked my car for eight years. Customers were primarily from the building above and the building opposite, where I lived. Mine was a second-hand car, modest compared to many; several days a week, the men who worked in the garage would park it with good humor and courtesy.

Empire Parking it is called, in Laight Street, run for years by Mike, the manager, and a team of three others. While Mike and I always talked sports and family in passing, one of his colleagues was always quiet. I saw him less than most. He worked the night shift, starting at 11pm, finishing at dawn.

He walked with a pronounced limp. He came from Africa, I had seen him at the uptown subway station and assumed he lived north, but, apart from that, knew little else about him.

When I had to get to work early, he would make sure the car was always waiting. The brief intersection of our lives was a thank you, a tip, the key, a smile.

On Monday, the impending storm forced people to make decisions; some right, many wrong. I decided to ride it out in Manhattan. The garage put my car on a hydraulic ramp; believing, as I did, that six feet above the ground would place it out of harm's way.

As Sandy came relentlessly closer, none of us who had weathered storms before imagined what was about to happen.

Shortly before eight o'clock, the ominous signs of the impending disaster began; wailing fire alarms in my building, triggered by water pouring into the basement.

In the street, the Hudson River has broken its banks in a way no one had ever seen. Water roared into the roadway, filling basements, swallowing doorways, washing away trees and awnings. Across the street, I caught a glimpse of water cascading into the car park; I remember vividly thinking that it was like a waterfall. The lights still shone, but the metal security gate at the entrance was shut, strange because no one was going to enter that garage for days.

As water rose, I knew that not evacuating was a mistake, resigned to the fact that the car was destroyed. Everything was being destroyed by the surge; electrics, heating boilers, personal belongings, bicycles, furniture. Water finally peaked over waist height in the street.

In the grey, damp morning, as the tide sucked away some water, I walked into the street. Mike the garage manager stood silently at the locked and immovable security gate.

The night attendant had said he would stay as the storm came to make sure everything was secure. He locked the gate from inside before trying to leave through an exit door at the furthest corner of the garage.

But the water was faster. Its power kept the exit door tight shut. He couldn't fight the tide. Water filled the garage to the roof.

And now we watched in disbelief as police divers put on their equipment on the sidewalk of this sought-after corner of Manhattan. They went into the black water of the flooded garage – past sunken BMWs, Audis, Range Rovers – to retrieve the body; a medical examiner's van took him away.

Someone brought red and white roses from their home; not one store was open within miles. The flowers hung from the gate.

Mike said his guy had volunteered to be the last in the garage so everyone else could go home to their families and he'd keep the place safe.

On the sidewalk, some cried; most stood silently in a thin rain. The cold, the dark, the dirt, the mud, the devastation, the discomfort – this monetary loss – was suddenly put into stark relief against a tragedy; some may say a small tragedy, our tragedy.

His name was Jackson, from Ghana. He lived in a studio in the Bronx. We asked if there would be a funeral, but his family wanted to fly his body home.

In a way, it is a peculiarly American tragedy; one man striving to make a living, help his family, in one of the most privileged cities in the world. Not a cop, not a Wall Street banker, not a hero. Just a man doing what he thought was right.

More than 30 people have died in New York City alone. There are no small tragedies. Just some that make headlines."

11/02/2012
Northeast Florida Veg Fest

Northeast Florida Veg Fest

Don't forget about the interactive fun happening at Veg Fest tomorrow! Text VEGJAX to 55678 and enter the scavenger hunt and receive updates about the event. NOTE: You will receive about 20 texts that day, but can reply STOP to cancel at anytime. Standard message and date rates apply. See you tomorrow!

11/02/2012

"Action Matters" - The devastation in NY/NJ (and elsewhere) is beyond what was anticipated, and worse than what the pictures and videos depict. Tragic stories are unfolding by the hour and individual losses (of lives, homes, belongings, etc.) and pleas for help are getting lost in the "collectiveness" of this disaster. MobileMatters, along with our 501c3 charity "The Mobile Philanthropy Foundation", will be launching a campaign in the coming days, to ensure that individuals and animals in need, and grassroots organizations in the trenches (flood-waters), get the help they need -- food, blankets, generators, pumps, medical treatment, clothing, home rebuilding/relocation, funeral costs, etc., etc., etc. Details forthcoming.

MobileMatters is excited to be working with The Girls Gone Green and the North Florida VegFest - as they begin using tex...
10/27/2012

MobileMatters is excited to be working with The Girls Gone Green and the North Florida VegFest - as they begin using text messaging to keep attendees and supporters informed and inspired!

Ready for some interactive fun at Veg Fest this year? Text VEGJAX to 55678 to enter the VEG FEST SCAVENGER HUNT running ...
10/27/2012
Northeast Florida Veg Fest

Ready for some interactive fun at Veg Fest this year? Text VEGJAX to 55678 to enter the VEG FEST SCAVENGER HUNT running all day on Saturday. We will text you keywords to say at various tables giving you a chance to win prizes and have fun. You will also receive text updates about the event to help keep you in the loop so you don't miss out on anything! Go here to sign up: www.nfvegfest.org

Northeast Florida Veg Fest

Ready for some interactive fun at Veg Fest this year? Text VEGJAX to 55678 to enter the VEG FEST SCAVENGER HUNT running ...
10/27/2012
Northeast Florida Veg Fest

Ready for some interactive fun at Veg Fest this year? Text VEGJAX to 55678 to enter the VEG FEST SCAVENGER HUNT running all day on Saturday. We will text you keywords to say at various tables giving you a chance to win prizes and have fun. You will also receive text updates about the event to help keep you in the loop so you don't miss out on anything! Go here to sign up: www.nfvegfest.org

Northeast Florida Veg Fest

MobileMatters...in pictures.  If you are a non-profit organization, socially responsible company, or simply have "conten...
10/02/2012

MobileMatters...in pictures. If you are a non-profit organization, socially responsible company, or simply have "content that matters" (education, health, "going Green", vegetarian/vegan info/recipes, etc., etc.) you can reach your members/supporters/customers/readers anytime, anywhere, via the mobile channel (text messages, the mobile web, "apps", etc.). Best of all, you can do so FOR FREE. Register for an account and begin connecting, informing, and inspiring! www.mobilematters.org

MobileMatters in Action!

10/02/2012

499 fans of MobileMatters! Who will be the 500th??

Prayers, regrets, goals and more...all texted to a screen, in real-time, during this Miami synagogue's Rosh Hashanah ser...
10/02/2012
The Jewish Week

Prayers, regrets, goals and more...all texted to a screen, in real-time, during this Miami synagogue's Rosh Hashanah service. Mitzvah Matters! :)

There was undoubtedly more texting in shul this Rosh Hashanah than in past years. In most liberal congregations, texting was likely done as discreetly as possible, often with a cellphone hidden low in one's lap. In some congregations it might have been more overtly outside in the lobby or perhaps ou...

MobileMatters in Action!
09/21/2012

MobileMatters in Action!

MobileMatters in Action!

Remembering...matters.
09/11/2012

Remembering...matters.

Timeline Photos
09/10/2012

Timeline Photos

09/08/2012
My Love is Alive

"Remembering Matters". A powerful video. A great organization. An easy way to give.

Get the whole story at - www.ProjectCommonBond.org Help support children affected by terrorism everywhere text "BOND" to 41010 to make a $10...

Making mobile matter -- for sheep! Another amazing example of harnessing the speed and reach of mobile technology..."for...
08/29/2012
Swiss sheep to warn shepherds of wolf attacks by SMS

Making mobile matter -- for sheep! Another amazing example of harnessing the speed and reach of mobile technology..."for good"!

Using sheep to alert shepherds of an imminent wolf attack by text message might sound fanciful, but testing is already under way in Switzerland where the predator appears to be back.

From tracking the outbreak of diseases, to better understanding unrepresented populations, mobile phone data is proving ...
08/29/2012
Mobile phone data: the oil of the digital age

From tracking the outbreak of diseases, to better understanding unrepresented populations, mobile phone data is proving to offer lifesavings insights around the globe.

When it comes to real-time data on the behavior of emerging markets, mobile phones might offer the best glimpse into this unpredictable and rapidly changing demographic, says Eric Tyler

08/28/2012
V-dogfood — Welcome

MobileMatters is excited to be working with V-dog! -- an amazing company providing highly nutritious, animal-free, cruelty-free food to dogs. By "going mobile", V-dog can reach more customers, raise more awareness about their amazing products, and retain greater long-term relationships -- all via real-time text alerts. Sign up today by texting VDOG to 55678. Or simply visit their website to sign up. You'll receive product info, special deals, helpful links on animal care, and more, right to your mobile phone! You'll also receive a mobile coupon for 5% off your next kibble order. www.v-dog.com

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