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Mobile Payments App for Restaurant Goers Seeks to Feed the Hungry

Full Society Launches Indiegogo Campaign to Finalize App Development

Baltimore, Md. (April 16, 2015) – Up-and-coming tech startup Full Society has launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund the final stages of development for its mobile payments app. Once completed, the app will empower restaurant goers to donate to charities fighting hunger while dining out, all within a single mobile payment platform.

Full Society is currently in its seed funding stage and is participating in ETC Baltimore’s Accelerate Baltimore Program. The startup is one of just a handful of companies that were selected for the program.

The campaign will run for 30 days on the Indiegogo website. As part of its fundraising campaign, Full Society has partnered with Dinner Lab to provide perks for donations of $125 or more, including memberships and discounts to Dinner Lab events. The Indiegogo campaign is available at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/a-restaurant-bill-pay-app-that-gives-back/x/10474900.

“Even though hunger is such a well-known issue, most people only consider donating to charities around the holiday season,” says co-founder and CEO Paige Cantlin. “The Full Society app will give users the opportunity to give in small increments year-round each time they enjoy the privilege of dining out.”

Full Society believes that their app will not only make paying restaurant bills fast and easy, but will also take significant steps towards solving America’s hunger epidemic. Currently about 46 million Americans struggle with hunger, of which 12 million are children. Once the Full Society app is launched and for the remainder of 2015, all donations will go directly to two partnering charities: Helping Up Mission and Paul’s Place.

“Helping Up Mission and Full Society share core values centered on serving others in need and impacting our neighborhoods, cities and beyond,” says Robert Gehman, Executive Director of Helping Up Mission. “We are very grateful for our partnership with Full Society, and applaud them for their vision and compassion!”

The startup’s research into mobile payment options and evolving credit card technology revealed that, within the next five to ten years, mobile bill-pay options will become rampant and necessary for daily living expenses. The Full Society app fulfills that need in 2015 through an easy-to-use interface, which caters to socially active, tech-savvy food enthusiasts who want to pay, split, tip and give back all in one place. On the back end, Full Society is creating software that will link to restaurants’ existing POS systems, and allow servers and restaurant owners to track orders and send the bills–sans paper–to their patrons.

In preparation for the app’s release in summer 2015, the startup is seeking city dwellers in the Baltimore and D.C. area to spread the word about Full Society, participate in their Indiegogo campaign, and sign up as beta users to test out the first version of the app.

Learn more about Full Society’s mission here: http://www.fullsociety.org/. To sign up for the beta, visit http://www.fullsociety.org/new-page-1/.

About Full Society

Full Society is an innovative technology company devoted to simultaneously finding creative and sustainable ways to solve both real business and pressing social problems. Founded by Paige Cantlin, an MBA student at Johns Hopkins University, the app was initially conceived as part of a class project. Full Society’s mobile payments app is expected to launch in summer 2015.

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