Underdogs Collective was created to prevent others from experiencing loneliness in their struggle – regardless of what you’re going through.
Whether you are fighting a disease, been victim of a crime or experienced any other type of adversity; at Underdogs Collective you will find others that have been in similar situations and made it out in one piece. You are not alone and most importantly.. you can still achieve that dream that has always been in the back of your mind.What will the funds be used for?
- Launching a campaign to encourage more people to submit stories.
- I will be creating simple t-shirts, hoodies, shaker cups etc with the brand logo to raise more awareness
- Randomly selected people that submits a story to the platform will receive a product of their choosing!
- Launching a forum where users can discuss adversities, struggles, anything!
- Launching ads on social media platforms to increase awareness and encourage more stories.
- Hiring a short-term employee/employees to help grow the platform. I am currently running it soloWhat do you receive for donating?
- Access to future exclusive ”Founder” materials. Some products that may be sold in the future will be custom made for you with an added design that shows you helped build the movement.
- Permanent discounts for all products that are created in the future, regardless which direction Underdogs Collective takes.
- Lifetime pass to any future events
- Regular updates and inside emails on Underdogs Collectives growth and new directions.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/udscollective Who am I?
My name is Jack Blossby and I’m the founder of The Underdogs Collective.
When I was 17 years old and still in High School, I developed the eating disorder called anorexia I lost an unhealthy amount of weight and spiraled down one of the darkest periods of my life. Hair loss, freezing, no energy and being trapped in my own destruction was about to be my day-to-day life for over a year.
When I realized I had anorexia, I started doing a lot of research and tried to find other males in similar situations in order to help ease my situation. The problem was, I didn’t know where to turn and when I tried Googling it.. well then I mainly found women that talked about it. With that being said; props to all the women for being so open about it!
However, for just a 17 year old kid at the time it didn’t really help. In fact, I remember feeling more weird and more lonely since my perception of eating disorders at the time was that mainly women dealt with it – which couldn’t be further from the truth.
I created Underdogs to help getting the truth out - that we all struggle with all types of adversity, and you are never alone.