We match firms and nonprofits efficiently using data-driven machine learning techniques because we understand that corporations are measured for the effectiveness of their corporate social responsibility (CSR).
We evaluate nonprofits using decision trees, which is a machine learning technique. We not only take into account the financials of the nonprofit, but also the CEO or President’s compensation of each nonprofit; and also the number of volunteers over the number of employees; And also fundraising expenses divided by revenue.
With over 35 members operating in over nine countries worldwide, we have developed a smart way for your company to spend charitable funds and improve the efficiency of those investments. Give smarter, through big data and smart data.
Our Founder & CEO, Pedro David Espinoza, founded SmileyGo at an Engineering class in Stanford University.
SmileyGo received funding and support from Frank E. Baxter, Berkeley Haas Dean Seed Funding, and the Jack Larson Award Grant.
SmileyGo was recognized as a minority owned business by the California Public Utilities Commission.
SmileyGo joined the cohort of SkyDeck– the premier tech accelerator of Berkeley.
Organizations We've Helped
SmileyGo has helped Pan Peru, a 501c3 nonprofit with the mission to empower rural women to become entrepreneurs. Pan Peru was founded in 2004 with its original mission to build libraries in the most remote areas of Peru such as Pampas Grande, Ancash.
SmileyGo has also volunteered in several other nonprofits such as: