Imagine if all you needed to champion what you believe were the coins that jingle when you walk. Those pennies at the bottom of your purse. What if there were a tip jar for your personal values? What if your change could create change? You know, the kind that happens when one person finds a super easy way to make a difference. And then another. And then another million.

MyChange was born to give busy, forward-thinking people the simplest way to feel good by doing good. First, the app is everywhere you go: on your phone and on the web. Second, it’s a breeze to use: Just sign up, choose the organizations or campaigns you want to support, and set a total monthly donation limit. That’s it. The app does the rest, RoundingUp your transactions to the nearest dollar, and splitting the change among the causes you select. Want to help turn a good candidate into a winning candidate? OK. Looking to protect the environment? End income inequality? Give locally? Absolutely. Fight back against the Koch Brothers? Go for it.

Small Change. Big Change. MyChange.

The MyChange team is backed by many years of collective experience running progressive organizations, managing candidate and issue campaigns, organizing funding, evaluating programs, and providing training and organizational development to nonprofits. For decades, our team has worked closely with many of the organizations that connect with liberals and progressives in America, giving us unparalleled experience with the needs and culture of this market. We are uniquely positioned and trusted to introduce progressives and liberals to the easiest way to make a difference to the causes they care about.



Adrianne Shropshire has used her skills to build progressive political organizations and deepen the capacity and impact of organizing in communities of color, from her early days as a community organizer in South Los Angeles to her current role as strategy consultant and advisor to donors, civic engagement organizations, collaborative funds, and labor unions. Adrianne graduated from the University of Southern California, and is currently based in New York.

Eli Il Yong


Eli Il Yong Lee is a Korean American entrepreneur and consultant with over 25 years of experience in progressive politics. He is a former Board President of the Asian American Association of New Mexico and was a longtime board member of the Andrew Goodman Foundation, founded by his mentor, Dr. Carolyn Goodman, the mother of murdered Civil Rights worker Andrew Goodman. Eli graduated from Columbia University in 1990 and resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Eli spends his weekends grilling for his dogs, Miles and Zia.



Ng'ethe Maina is a respected leadership trainer, executive coach, and organizational development strategist who has worked with nonprofits across the US for over 20 years. Ng’ethe graduated from University of California Los Angeles with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and is currently pursuing an Executive MBA at New York University Stern School of Business. He resides in New York.



Sandra Wechsler has two decades of political and entrepreneurial experience, working to elect candidates and further progressive causes. Sandra specializes in consulting with campaign-driven organizations – particularly in the areas of data-driven strategy and evaluation. Sandra received her B.A. in Social Thought and Political Economy from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and her Master’s in Public Health from the University of New Mexico. Sandra lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband and her dog Omar - named after the (most important) character in The Wire.

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