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Image : We released our Impact Report 2023!
by Mara Puacz · 21 Feb 2024
We released our Impact Report 2023!
Discover how we engaged tech companies in more than 400 pro-bono digital projects for social impact in 2023, a year marked by tech industry setbacks and lay-offs.
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Image : Empowering Change: Introducing the Tech For Good Badges 2024 Campaign
by Kate Virchenko · 16 Feb 2024
Empowering Change: Introducing the Tech For Good Badges 2024 Campaign
Join us at Tech To The Rescue as we unveil the Tech For Good Badges 2024 campaign—a celebration of tech companies making a real impact in communities across the globe.
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Image : Tech To The Rescue coordinates much-needed tech help for NGOs amid the Russian war and raises funds for further impact
by Joanna Kocik · 9 Mar 2022
Tech To The Rescue coordinates much-needed tech help for NGOs amid the Russian war and raises funds for further impact
Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Tech To The Rescue has matched 24 NGOs with tech companies to develop digital solutions needed to overcome the increasing humanitarian crisis. Now Tech To The Rescue is calling on the tech community and investors for financial support to carry on #TechForUkraine efforts, estimated to positively impact the lives of two million people. 
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Image : Scale up your impact with technology!
by Joanna Kocik · 3 Mar 2022
Scale up your impact with technology!
Non-profit organizations are at the heart of ongoing humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. They have already accomplished a tremendous amount. Yet many of them need more resources to work even faster and on a larger scale. One of the keys to effective aid today is technology. As Tech To The Rescue, we match non-profits with tech companies to provide pro bono digital support. We aim to facilitate the development of digital solutions that will not only help in the current crisis, but will also be useful in the future.
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by Jacek Siadkowski · 28 Feb 2022
Tech world unites to build AirBnB-like solutions for millions of Ukrainians as Russian invasion could trigger refugee crisis
More than 200,000 people have fled Ukraine due to Russia's invasion, and an estimated 3-4 million are likely to follow. The imminent challenge is to help the refugees with temporary housing, medical care, and transportation, and then provide them with legal support, translation services, and job search. Tech To The Rescue, a global platform that matches IT companies with non-profit organizations, engaged 275+ companies and over 600 freelancers ready to support NGOs. 
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Image : How to help the people of Ukraine: 10 things you can do right now
by Jacek Siadkowski · 25 Feb 2022
How to help the people of Ukraine: 10 things you can do right now
In the early hours of the morning on Thursday 24 February 2022, Russian forces have launched an assault on Ukraine. Citizens have reported rocket attacks on Ukrainian cities, videos of terrifying explosions were uploaded online. Some of those explosions could be even heard in Poland. You might be asking yourself - is there is anything I can do right now? Here is a list of actions that you might want to consider.
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Image : Using AI to support Wildlife Conservation
by Kate Virchenko · 17 Feb 2022
Using AI to support Wildlife Conservation
Appsilon provided pro-bono services and developed an easy-to-use, open-source, scalable software tool called Mbaza AI to help conservationists monitor some of the iconic and most endangered species – African forest elephants, gorillas, chimpanzees, and pangolins in West Gabon. This tool was built in collaboration with researchers at the University of Stirling and The National Parks Agency of Gabon (ANPN). The Mbaza AI model can classify about 3,000 images per hour on desktop computers used by park rangers and ecologists in the field, without access to powerful cloud computing resources.
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Image : Boosting SEO for The Good Food Institute’s new website
by Kate Virchenko · 16 Feb 2022
Boosting SEO for The Good Food Institute’s new website
The Good Food Institute works to make plant-based and cultivated meat delicious, affordable and accessible. Its goal in doing so is to mitigate the environmental impact of our food system, reduce the risk of disease and ultimately feed a greater number of people with fewer resources. We spoke to Sophie Armour, Communications Manager at GFI Europe, to find out about her experience of being matched with SeoFly through Tech To The Rescue. 
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