Become an OpenTree Champion: Seeding a Better Future in Your Community

Welcome Future OpenTree Community Champions!

Are you ready to make a real difference in your community? As an OpenTree Champion, you have the power to seed positive change and bring our innovative platform to life in your hometown.

What is OpenTree?

OpenTree is a multifaceted platform designed to strengthen community ties, support local businesses, and promote sustainable practices. By launching an instance of OpenTree in your area, you’re not just introducing a platform – you’re igniting a movement.

Why Become a Champion?

  • Local Impact: Champions play a crucial role in revitalizing local economies and fostering community spirit.
  • Leadership Opportunity: Lead the charge in bringing a transformative platform to your community.
  • Sustainability: Contribute to creating a more environmentally responsible community.
  • Community Building: Unite like-minded individuals to support and grow together.

How to Seed OpenTree in Your Community:

  1. Gather a Team: At least five members from your community must request to become OpenTree Champions from your community.
  2. Register Your Interest: Use our form to add your details and see how many more participants you’ll need to activate OpenTree for your community..
  3. Invite Others: Know more potential Champions? Use our invitation form to spread the word. Once we have 5 registrations, your seed in planted.
  4. Get Support: Once your team is formed, our tech team will assist in configuring and launching OpenTree for your community.

The Urgency of Action

There’s never been a more crucial time to strengthen local ties and empower communities. Each day that passes is a missed opportunity for growth, connection, and positive change. The time to act is now!

Join the Movement

Ready to be the catalyst for change? Fill in the form and step up as an OpenTree Champion. Together, let’s plant the seeds for a better tomorrow.

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Who Are We?

We are many, and we represent all. We are the teachers and the bakers, the local grocer and the small homestead farm that meets at the farmers market each week. We are your neighbors. We are your community.

Robert Kuntz
OpenTree Founder