This week, Bumble supported Women for Women International by donating $0.05 to the charity for every conversation that was started that day.
On Monday, Bumble tweeted to encourages its female followers to make the first move to and support their fellow women.
Women for Women fights for gender equality and the empowerment of women, and Bumble announced that it wanted to give back and to try and end misogyny, empower all people, and encourage online accountability through kindness and respect.
As Bumble and Women for Women International share a passionate belief in the inspirational power of women’s voices, it was the perfect partnership.
Last year, Bumble also did the same for its #SheInspiresMe campaign, and offered to donate a maximum total of £10,000.
💥 @WomenforWomen fights for gender equality and the empowerment of women. Bumble’s mission is to end misogyny, empower all people, and encourage online accountability through kindness and respect. #BumbleGivesBack pic.twitter.com/650h5D7veH
— Bumble (@bumble) February 26, 2018
Bumble is also fuelling connections in an exciting new way at the 2018 South by Southwest (SXSW) conference on March 9 -10.
Bumble users will experience a Bio Bar to optimise their profile and will then have the chance to make the first move with five ‘5-Minute First Dates.’
Bumble Bizz will also host a real time ‘Elevator Pitch’ and the winners will receive a Dell XPS 13.
Read more here.