Verify your identity
On the web it is difficult to be sure about people's identities. Our verification system makes it much more difficult for someone to misrepresent themselves as a KP member: it allows you to get your name and surname verified and allow the others to be sure about who they are interacting with. In this way we can help all together to make the KitchenParty's community more and more safe, online and offline.Show your commitment
By making a symbolic donation with your credit card, we check to see you are who you say you are. Then, the field of Name and Surname in your account will be verified and no longer changeable. Your account will gain the verification badge and you will become a verified member. Since we don't have a hundred trained monkeys, but just a few volunteers, it takes a few days to do the verification. Please be patient. Just 3 clicks to get started:
1. make a donation;
2. receive the confirming email;
3. gain your verification badge.The donation is symbolic
Your donation aims at verifying your commitment. An amount too small would not make much sense, one too big does not interest us and it is not in our spirit. Since the verification of your information is manually made and the service has got some operating expenses, we thought it reasonable to have a donation of an amount as little as 10 euro. Find other verified members
By default KP are open to anyone, but as host you can decide to limit your kitchen party only to those who are verified. The badge of verified member ensures you about the commitment of others towards the community and their intention to respect the KP Etiquette. You could so host your kitchen party being sure that your guests will be on time, will confirm their participation or contact you in case of last minute problems, and above all that they are who they say they are! Where does the money go?
KP is not a profit making organisation. All money received will go directly to the KitchenParty association and will be allocated towards system maintenance and administration costs—much of which is currently being paid by volunteers and donations by supporters.