San Francisco, California, June 30, 2022 – BUNNYMONEY, Inc. ("bunny.money"), which allows individuals and employees to save for their future and donate to causes they care about with zero fees, has received the "Audience favorite" award in the 2022 LGBTQ+ special edition of the Visa Everywhere Initiative hosted on TechCrunch. The award comes with a $10,000 cash prize.
"Being the people's favorite is fantastic. After all, we build bunny.money for the communities and caring individuals. We received tons of messages of encouragement, before, during and after the pitch!" says bunny.money Founder & CEO, Fabien Lamaison.
Joined by Fabien Lamaison and bunny.money in the finals for the LGBTQ+ special edition is: Daniel Beck, Co-founder & CEO of 401GO; Rachel Knepp, Co-founder and SVP Growth of Mozaic; Evelyne Kanakis, Founder and CEO of Moxi; and Natalia Mikova, Co-founder and CMO of REINNO.
The finals replay can be watched directly on YouTube.
The Visa Everywhere Initiative is an open innovation program that helps startups like bunny.money unlock new opportunities—and gives them a global platform to demonstrate their ground-breaking solutions. The program first launched in the U.S. in 2015, and quickly expanded into a global program. To date, nearly 8,500 startups have participated, and have collectively raised more than $16 billion in funding.
bunny.money is a US Public Benefit corporation that offers financial services to citizens and nonprofit organizations who want to create a better tomorrow. bunny.money’s vision is to bring wealth & philanthropy to everyone.
Our save for good® approach makes it easy for individuals and employees to set aside money based on their lifestyle, and to support the causes they care about. In turn, Corporations and Nonprofits engage with their employees, members, volunteers & supporters to fundraise with no fee. In 2021, the company became a member of 1% for the Planet and obtained the B Corp™ certification, the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.
For more information, visit www.bunny.money.