Bike Scouts is a social platform for working together to do good.
Crowdsourcing for help is often focused on money but there are also many other things that can be shared to help people in need, communities affected by disasters, and for everyday challenges that can be solved with a platform for social teamwork. The Bike Scouts help make the world better informed, sustainable, and safe through crowdsourced local knowledge and collaboration. With a well-established local presence and a fully-engaged network of support that makes it possible to translate digital social passion into real-world action.
In the past seven years, Bike Scouts has served as a platform for people that have helped solve problems and contribute solutions for everyday challenges, social benefit projects, and in response to category-5 typhoons, a volcanic eruption, and the Covid-19 global pandemic.
Bike Scouts is partnered with Goozam – “a mobile app that’s making a difference in first response,” UNOCHA, Decathlon, MovePH, Rapid Emergency Telecommunications Team, Zion Emergency and Disaster Response Unit, The Embassy of the Netherlands in the Philippines, The Embassy of Denmark – Manila, WeRobotics, Philippine Flying Labs, Liter of Light, Philippine Business for Social Progress, and we’ve worked with Filinvest Lifemalls, Standard Chartered Bank, among others.
Bike Scouts – United Nations World Humanitarian Day
The Bike Scouts was featured in the 2020 United Nations World Humanitarian Day celebration.