At least 1.6 trillion wild animals are killed and suffer through people’s actions every year.
More than 70 billion farm animals are consumed annually.
25% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions are due to food production, which also takes up half of the planet’s habitable surface.
This is a one of a kind opportunity to get support from a full development team on a pro-bono basis. They will navigate you through software development processes and help you find solutions to everyday challenges.
Get help in automating processes for things like fundraising which are slowing you down at the moment. Fix problems that are blocking your organization from scaling its impact.
By joining Tech to the Rescue you will not only get a chance of having top quality tech solutions to your current challenges, but you will also have devoted tech experts working in your corner. They are here for the cause, they understand your mission and share your values.
There are only three that you need to keep in mind for now:
27 February - Nonprofit submissions: 1st stage (organizational screening)
6 March - Nonprofit submissions: 2nd stage (project screening)
14-20 March - Matching week
28 March - 31 December - project development
Yes, Tech to the Rescue regularly matches tech companies with non-profits who focus on many different causes. You can fill out the form with a different idea and still get matched if you meet all the criteria. However, the current campaign we are running focuses on animal welfare and projects connected to this area, so at this time those types of projects will be given priority.
First, to apply for tech support you need to be a registered non-profit. The second factor we take into account is whether the project you are proposing is in line with your general strategy and will help you scale up your activities. Last, we will need to ensure that you have the team resources available to oversee carrying it out.
In TTTR's history, 300 Non-profits applied for help, we selected 60 best projects and matched 52 of them, though we do not guarantee that each project will receive a match –at the end of the day it is up to tech companies to offer their resources for cooperation. Some projects will also take more time to find a proper partner than others. What we can promise is that we will do our best to find the best fit for you.