3 April 2018

Reduce waste and help others through the Freegood app

- Freegood app to facilitate giving away and getting goods for free to reduce waste and help others

- Seamless transaction to give and get things for freeSave the environment and foster community spirit

Free Good, a Singapore-based startup founded to inspire good in people through giving, has developed a social app to help give away and request for goods.

Source: Play Store. Screen captures from the Freegood app.
Source: Play Store. Screen captures from the Freegood app.

The free Freegood app was created to provide a hassle-free platform for individuals and organisations to give and receive goods for free. Users to request for and list their own items, as well as arrange meetups with other users of the platform. Location-based functionality matches users with similar listings within a community for convenience, and an in-app currency called Tokens allow users to show their appreciation.

Said Free Good co-founder Sidharth Bhasin, "It's a known fact that the world has a waste problem that has been fuelled by commercialism.  People constantly buy things, sell things and throw things. We have countless apps out there that have made it easy for people sell things with an emphasis on 'me' and making money, however there is nothing out there that makes it easy for people to help others by giving away unwanted items - and saving the environment. So, we created Freegood and our mission is to Inspire good in people through giving and that is exactly what our mobile app aims to do."

"Doing good for the environment and helping others at the same time should be made as easy as possible," added Free Good co-founder Yuvi Bhasin. "With Freegood we address both those challenges.  Unique features in the app ensure that users get tokens of appreciation when they successfully give things away. Ultimately it's all about doing good and feeling good."


Freegood is available for iOS and Android devices.