Upsolve is an award-winning nonprofit that helps low-income families file for both bankruptcy and immigration for free using technology. To date, Upsolve has relieved over $500 million in debt for low-income families trapped in debt from medical bills, predatory loans, and layoffs and has helped hundreds of immigrant families obtain work permits. We combine the scale of tech startups with the quantifiable impact of the most effective nonprofits.
Upsolve is funded by Y Combinator, Eric Schmidt, and the Robin Hood Foundation. Our funders also include Jim Breyer, who led the Facebook Series A, Vinod Khosla, founder of Khosla Ventures and SUN Microsystems, and Chris Sacca, an early investor in Instagram, Facebook, and Uber.
In 2020, TIME named Upsolve one of the Top 100 Inventions of the Year. In 2019, Fast Company named Upsolve World Changing Idea of the Year in Social Justice. In 2018, the New York Times gave Upsolve the Good Tech Award.