AltrUHelp Enters 2011 MassChallenge Startup Competition


Hello AltrUHelp Believers and Welcome New Readers!

I would like to thank each of you for your tremendous support! AltrUHelp has just entered the 2011 MassChallenge Global Startup Competition because of your belief in our mission: to build the world’s largest online altruistic social experiment to prove humans enjoy helping each other and being helped themselves.

Below you will find a video we have created to help our new readers and the judges of MassChallenge understand our passion for inspiring a NEW WAVE of global altruism and human collaboration. We hope you enjoy this video and encourage you to share it with your friends and family.

As Winston Churchill once said, “You make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give.”  Please continue to show your support for AltrUHelp by voting for us: AltrUHelp MassChallenge Profile

With your vote, we can inspire altruism and spark a new global movement.  Thank you for your support!


Mathew, Antoinne, & Mike
Co-Founders, AltrUHelp

One comment on “AltrUHelp Enters 2011 MassChallenge Startup Competition

  1. LDelia says:

    Altruism is truly the new high. We need to realize we are basically all one. We need to except the idea that each one of us have the power to change the lives of others. One small act can maximize the benefit of others. Doing something or just sharing with others does work with a function of the brain. There is a release of Oxytocin which is involved in the formation of trust between people and generosity(giving). It is part of our social behavior.
    I have worked with self-contained classes with children who have a variety of disabilities. A difficult job, but one that I love. There were some days that were difficult and very stressful that I was disappointed with myself and wanted to give up. I had been working with a child for months trying to help him accomplish a small task. The day he was able to perform that task for me brought me to a “high” that I will never forget. There were good days and bad days since that time, but the satisfaction I received from this and other experiences will keep my motivation to always help others.

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