Building Software that Matters
Moonbase Labs has never really had a “niche.” We are a team of problem solvers, so naturally, we do our best to help everyone who walks through our doors. In January, we took time to reflect on the last few years and a pattern came to light: We enjoy helping people who help people.
We discussed our favorite projects and the partnerships we’ve created over the last few years. Todd Wiedemann with Kansas MTSS; Steve Radley and Erik Pedersen at NetWork Kansas; Ed O’Malley and Julia Fabris McBride with the Kansas Leadership Center. What do all of these people have in common? They are innovative leaders of highly impactful nonprofits. More importantly, they are wildly talented individuals on a mission to do good. They are improving the lives of teachers, serving entrepreneurs, and inspiring the bold leaders of tomorrow. Those missions matter: they matter to our communities, and that matters to us.
We want to build software that matters.
We want to give nonprofits the tools that built Netflix and Amazon. We want good to scale. Empowered teachers, diverse entrepreneurs, stronger leaders: those missions are now our mission. We build software to empower the doers; our analytics tools create context for progress.
Our team wants to be the change we see in the world. It’s why Nic is on the board of DevICT and why Ted co-founded a nonprofit, Eight Oaks. It’s why Benny and Christian contribute to VoteLocal, an open source project that helps people vote. We care about our community. We want to help.
Want to learn more about our work with nonprofits? Check out our nonprofit case studies.
People who helped us see the light:
- Delane Butler | United Way of the Plains
- Michael Webb | Grant Writing Consultant
- Melissa Roberts-Chapman | Kauffman Foundation
- Christina Long | Create Campaign
- Seth Etter | Ad Hoc
- Brent Comstock | BCom Solutions
- Maria Meyers | US Sourcelink
- Sam Adiv | OpenTent
- Mike Ramsey | Real Estate Tycoon at Bokeh Development
- Mahatma Gandhi | Political Ethicist