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We boost meaningful causes with technology

Since 2020, we have been facilitating impactful pro-bono collaborations between tech companies and nonprofits on five continents.

1500+
Tech companies from 62 countries
1400+
Tech companies from 83 countries
650+
impactful projects
$ 4mln+
value of tech services provided
Our global impact in numbers

Annual Impact Reports

Every year Tech To The Rescue Foundation offers an overview of the key programs and activities and the role we played in shaping the Tech For Good narrative towards a systemic change in the tech industry.

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Impact Report 2023

We are presenting a thorough summary of our impact, activities, and growth achieved throughout the year 2023 – the third year of Tech To The Rescue operations.

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Impact Report 2022

We are presenting a summary of our activities and the impact we achieved throughout the year 2022 – the second year of Tech To The Rescue operations.

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Sustainable Development Goals

We cover all SDG impact areas

We are committed to implementing the global UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Each project and case study is tagged with the relevant SDG, making it easy for tech companies to select the impact areas they want to get engaged in. This allows tech teams to choose projects that resonate with the organizational values and priorities while supporting global initiatives for sustainable development.

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No Poverty

We are committed to implementing the global UN Sustainable Development Goals.


100+
Projects in 28 countries
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Case studies

Discover some of our impactful matches

For every project, we activated a tech partner to work on a pro-bono or low-bono basis.
Design
A New Brand Identity for End Poverty India
End Poverty India is an NGO on a mission to reduce poverty in India by improving the living conditions for landless or marginal agricultural farmers, traditional artisans, uneducated women, and unemployed youth.
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Software Development
On a Mission to Preserve the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage
Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO) is a movement of librarians, archivists, researchers, and developers from different countries, who came together to archive content from Ukrainian cultural websites.
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Web Design
Revamping a vast mental health library to benefit thousands
The Human Aspect Foundation (THA) works to redefine mental health through increasing psychosocial knowledge and removing its stigma. The foundation was founded in Norway in 2016 by Jimmy Westerheim after being started while he was working for Doctors Without Borders in Syria, Afghanistan, Turkey, and Greece. THA is most known for creating The Life Experience Library. The team interviews people from all over the world about their life’s toughest challenge and the lessons that they’ve learnt from them, and records them in written form for users worldwide to read. The library allows them to search for interviews based on what they may be experiencing at that time, exploring hundreds of stories and lessons shared by someone who has endured a similar struggle. It is already one of the largest free digital resources within mental health in the world. The team lacked the developer support needed to maintain the website and enable it to deal with the increasing volumes of traffic. With this upgrade, it would be able to give the users around the world a much more therapeutic, useful and interactive experience.
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Mobile App Development
Patients4Patients – mobile app
Patients diagnosed with a chronic disease look for support in re-arranging their lives. Current medical services do not offer long-term emotional and practical support for them. People and Medicine Foundation had an idea to create the application to help patients create connections and support.
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Mobile App Development
Support Ukrainian Children in Dealing with Trauma
Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow (YTT), is a Paris-located, global art-based Humanitarian NGO that develops and implements an unparalleled psychosocial support Learning Approach to refugee communities around the world. The YTT founder reached out to Tech To The Rescue to help develop an app for Ukrainian refugee children. The idea was that all parents and caregivers could download the app on their phones and use it with their children to help them deal with the trauma they suffered as victims of war.
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Apps Development
ProVeg — A calculator to show the impact of plant-based innovation
ProVeg International is a food awareness organization with the mission to reduce the global consumption of animals by 50% by 2040.
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Design
A match-making platform for refugees and accommodation providers
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine immediately resulted in the biggest European refugee crisis we have seen in decades.
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Letter from our CEO

In 2023, the IT sector faced unprecedented challenges. marked by cutbacks and a general downturn. Yet, in the midst of this, we at Tech To The Rescue have witnessed a heartening trend: despite the situation, more IT companies are stepping forward to offer pro bono technology solutions. This commitment signals a transformative shift in the industry, proving that pro bono work is becoming an integral part of the tech business ethos, just as it has been part of the legal industry for so many years.

2024 is About Taking Nonprofits’ Impact to the Next Level with AI. 

Looking ahead to 2024, we are filled with excitement. The upcoming year promises greater investment in AI capabilities, increased collaboration with market leaders, and a continued rise in the adoption of pro-bono initiatives from the tech industry. We are dedicated to make sure that thousands of nonprofits not only have access to state-of-the-art technology but are also equipped to use it effectively. Our vision is clear: by 2030, we aim to unlock $1 billion in value, firmly establishing the pro bono model in the tech industry as robustly as it exists in the legal field.


Jacek Siadkowski
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CEO and Co-Founder of Tech To The Rescue
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