After months of gestation, I’m happy to announce that EffectiveAltruism.org just went live. The aim of the site is to act as a central landing page for anyone interested in the movement, from philanthropists to university students.


Regard this version of the site as a minimal viable product that will continue to change as we encounter ideas for improvement. If you have one or more of these ideas, please enter a note here. I’d love to read it!


Some future updates could include:

  • Short descriptions under each EA organization on the “Organizations” page

  • An improved engagement funnel, with different ways to engage EA by different levels of commitment

  • Updated “About” copy to better demonstrate that EA is an intellectual movement

  • Profiles of individual EAs


Lastly, I’m currently a bit bottlenecked between the imminent launch of EA Ventures and planning for EA Global (the rebranded Summit). So: if you’re motivated to play a part in creating the site that will (hopefully) inspire thousands of future EAs, shoot me an email! I’m at tyleralterman@gmail.com.

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Cool. Is the site targeted at people new to EA?

As someone that already knows the basic concepts and the organizations, I don't feel a need to return to the website other than to see what's changed.

Maybe you could link to the EA Forum and the EA Job Board? Have a news feed containing original content, news articles, blog posts, or .impact hackpad posts? Have or link to a page of open research questions?

Features that would get people to return after they've become familiar with the basics.

Cool. Is the site targeted at people new to EA? Yup!

Maybe you could link to the EA Forum and the EA Job Board? Have a news feed containing original content, news articles, blog posts, or .impact hackpad posts? Have or link to a page of open research questions? Soon we hope to revise the "Get Involved" section to incorporate much of this.