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Chelsea Apps Factory and Peace One Day launch social impact app

Tim Maytom - Member Content

Digital innovation consultancy Chelsea Apps Factory and non-profit organisation Peace One Day have collaborated to launch Impact Profile, an app aimed at enabling users to measure the effect their social contributions and actions have on the world.

The app, which was launched by Peace One Day ambassador Jude Law at the Oxford Union, provides a central destination for individuals wishing the measure and showcase the way their contributions impact society. The app aims to encourage users to help create a legacy of peace and sustainability for future generations, while also inspiring others to do the same.

Peace One Day was founded in 1999 by Jeremy Gilley, who successfully campaigns for an international day of peace with a fixed calendar date. In 2001, 21 September was unanimously voted for by all UN member states to be Peace Day, and since then, Peace One Day has subsequently worked to raise awareness of and manifest action on the day. Impact Profile is just one of its many initiatives to promote peace and sustainability.

"From ideation to the final build, we couldn't have launched Impact Profile it it wasn't for the brilliance of Chelsea Apps Factory," said Gilley. "They have thoroughly impressed the team here with their infectious passion and their undoubted design and technical ability to deliver a beautiful mobile app."

"We have been delighted to work with Jeremy and the Peace One Day team, taking them on a journey which has culminated in such a unique social media concept - Impact Profile," said Toby Barrow, sales director at Chelsea Apps Factory.