People First
Social Network

NO
likes
algorithms
strangers
Available Fall 2020!

We created village to be different...

No strangers

Capped at 150 contacts. A secure place for authentic connection with the people who matter most.

No likes

Sharing content isn't about popularity, it's about connection. Only meaningful comments and convos here.

No algorithms

What shows up first in your feed is what's most recent. No addicting features to keep them logging in.

Trusted by parents

Beloved by PTAs, sports teams, and religious groups

Momma bear

Set time and message limits. See if your kids' messaging patterns shift. Set your kids' content to delete after 2 days to minimize their long-term digital footprint.

Safety features

A PG environment with nudity and profanity filters. See who your kids are messaging and how often.

Secure search

Connections can only be added via exact phone number, email or username. No strangers direct messaging your kids.

Village is the place where everyone feels safe and able to be themselves

Parents feel safe with village,
and everyone feels at home

"We love Village because we don't have to look over our daughter's shoulder every minute. Village is like our fenced-in backyard."

- Mark Desmet -

"We love Village because we don't have to look over our daughter's shoulder every minute. Village is like our fenced-in backyard."

- Mark Desmet -

"We love Village because we don't have to look over our daughter's shoulder every minute. Village is like our fenced-in backyard."

- Mark Desmet -

"We love Village because we don't have to look over our daughter's shoulder every minute. Village is like our fenced-in backyard."

- Mark Desmet -

"We love Village because we don't have to look over our daughter's shoulder every minute. Village is like our fenced-in backyard."

- Mark Desmet -

Village brings communities of all ages online in one secure place

Kids' accounts are connected to parents. So you can always get in touch with another parent in your Village.

No outsiders sharing unhealthy ideas, bullying, or grooming kids for unsafe interactions.

The internet became ad-supported and like-driven. But it doesn't need to be that way

We are driven by a mission to make a little corner of the internet as safe as our living rooms.

Momma Bear will let you know the minute your child's engagement changes. So you always know what's going on with them.

"Sophia has messaged Lilly everyday for the last 3 week. But you might want to check in because she hasn't contacted Lilly in 4 days."

Kids can express themselves outside of toxic "like" culture. To connect freely, try new things, and be themselves.

And adults can have real conversations about normal life stuff. It doesn't have to be epic because real is more fulfilling.

What would happen to a social network if there were no likes, strangers or lasting digital footprint to keep you on the hook?

The answer: it gets a whole lot more real

No messaging from strangers
No public content or endless feeds
No ads or data sharing
No gamification

Only gentle Notifications