SKOUT, a global company, headquartered in San Francisco recently announced it had partnered with SF-Marin Food Bank to mark the events of National Potato Day. The aim of the partnership is to offer meals for more than 20,000 people who are facing the risk of hunger in both Marin and San Francisco.
SKOUT is encouraging its users to participate in activities that are aimed at supporting the community by sharing virtual gift via a special one-day campaign. The SKOUT app will encourage users to send America’s favorite delicacies in virtual forms. SKOUT aims at converting the virtual gifts into cash until all the 20,000 people are served.
Christian Wiklund views
The SKOUT’s Co-founder and CEO ascertained that the virtual gifting feature has gained massive popularity, and they are looking forward to capitalize on it to make a difference in the local community. Christian expressed his gratitude on behalf of SKOUT for the collaboration it had made with SF-Marin Food Bank.
Paul Ash remarks
Paul noted that residents of the two counties were earning little than their expenses. He expressed his desires to achieve a community where everyone was healthy and satisfied. Paul Ash is an Executive Director of SF-Marine.
Details on SKOUT
SKOUT is an established platform for meeting and interacting with new people across the globe. The platform has an amazing presence in over 180 countries and has 16 languages. SKOUT is supported by operating systems such as Android and iOS. According to SKOUT report, the app had over 500 million connections by the end of 2013.
The best property of SKOUT is that the user can sign out from the app’s tracking feature. The users can message one another as well as send gifts. The company creates separate platforms for adults and teens. SKOUT can be downloaded free of charge from APP Store. Users are provided an opportunity of signing up using their Facebook accounts or email addresses. To help the company design a perfect profile for the users, they are required to provide their basic information and interests.
How to use the app
The app has a main screen displaying a network of people available online at any particular time of signing in. when any image is tapped, the user’s profile is shown comprising of basic information, their post, as well as the point earned. A new user can begin a chat, create a network of favorites, and send a few digital gifts. SkOUT is a simple app that can be used by every type of user irrespective of his or her experience or academic qualification. This article was originally published on; http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/skout-partners-with-sf-marin-food-bank-to-serve-20000-people-facing-hunger-300234419.html