We connect tech companies willing to use their skills for social good with verified non-profits seeking technological help to boost their projects. Our goal is to enable impactful tech and non-profit collaborations that solve the world's most pressing problems.
Who we are looking for
Our tech partners are companies willing to engage a professional team in pro-bono projects for selected non-profits. As for now, we don't collaborate with freelancers or individuals. Join us and let us find an impactful tech project that matches your skills & interests.
Why you should join us
Gain access to a database of carefully selected, high-impact digital projects submitted by verified non-profits ready to start collaborating. Want to upskill or enter a new market? Tell us about your business goals, and we will find a suitable tech project for you.
Who will you work with
Non-profits in our community come from 75 countries on 5 continents and are carefully verified by our team. We designed a matching process that makes it easy to find meaningful projects to engage in, starting with shared values and transparent impact goals.
Tech for Good
is good for business
Enhance your CSR/ESG strategy
Take your chance to engage in impactful projects and innovate your brand and services with Tech for Good projects. Choose areas of impact that resonate with your employees, customer base, and prospective clients.
Upskill your team
Every meaningful pro-bono project is a chance for your team to learn and build innovative tech solutions. More than that, you will work directly with changemakers from all over the world and learn about their impact.
Increase employee engagement
Improve your team's satisfaction and boost motivation through opportunities to give back with social impact. All tech for good projects are proof that you contribute to making a positive change in the world.
HOW IT WORKS
Our matching process, explained
1. Register to join Tech To The Rescue
Use the form below to register. Tell us what kind of impact projects you want to engage in, the geographical areas you want to focus on, and your tech expertise. *By registering, you don't commit to engaging in a pro-bono impact project right away.
2. Book an onboarding call
As a last step of your registration, choose a slot from the calendar for a 20-minute onboarding call with a Matching Manager. This will give us more insight into the best impact projects we can recommend to you.
3. Get matched
Choose an impact project (more ore!) from our recommendations and let us facilitate a first meeting with the non-profit. This is your chance to find out more details, gather technical requirements, and see if it's a good fit.
4. Start the collaboration
If it’s a match and you're both ready to commit, we'll provide you with guidelines and contract templates so you can formalize your collaboration with the non-profit partner. Questions? Write to us at matching [at] techtotherescue.org
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Hear from our Partners
We build technology that changes the world and part of our mission is to become a truly neurodiverse employer. With TTTR we make sure that our projects in this area have an international scale and that we are matched with NGOs that really make an impact.
CEO & Founder | 10 Clouds
I felt not only a sense of mission and meaningfulness of my work but also a great responsibility to bring something good to humanity. As a designer I feel we need more meaningful projects that will meet society's and humanity's expectations, ensuring that what we provide is sustainable.
Product Designer, Netguru
We have delivered a website for the iFightDepression tool which helps people to find psychological help. It was one of the most interesting projects and experiences that I had. We had a very short deadline - 2 weeks for discovery, research, mind-mapping, wireframing, UI design, development, and QA! And we managed to deliver it within the time frame and got very positive feedback. But most of all - we managed to help Ukraine.
Lead Product Designer, 10Clouds
What surprised me the most was the response from my AWS colleagues all across the world. Within a few days over 90 AWS employees have raised their hands to help with the Ukrainian humanitarian relief effort. This has shown us that alongside day-to-day work, there is an appetite among us for pro-bono engagements and our leadership team is supportive of that.
After filling out the form above, we’ll email you to confirm your willingness to join Tech To The Rescue and finish your registration.
This step in the process will allow us to learn more details about your company and match you with a partner whose project aligns with your area of expertise and addresses a challenge that matters to your organization.
Once you become a Tech To The Rescue community member, you gain access to the catalog of available projects. You can browse the projects and select the ones that interest you.
As a next step, we set up an initial meeting between you and your potential nonprofit partner to see if you are comfortable working together.
If both parties agree to work together, we will provide you with a legal template agreement and other necessary materials. Then you can start working on a project.
Our matching team will be in touch with you throughout the process and support you if you need any help.
What do you mean by “matching” NGOs and IT companies?
We are a matchmaking platform. Our core activity is helping non-profit organizations increase their impact through technology. We gather their needs in the form of projects and look for a tech partner who could deliver the desired solution. During matching, we consider the type of the project, its duration, the number of hours needed, and other factors.
We want to ensure that the project matches your company's values and mission during the matching process. For the cooperation to harmonize, both partners' needs, solutions, and objectives should match each other individually.
We work only with verified and selected non-profits with a proven record and an idea that will help scale their work in the long term. We also provide all the necessary support regarding contract templates and best practices in cooperation.
I’ve signed up. What should I do now?
As a next step, we will send you an email asking you to finish your registration process. Please check your inbox, and remember the spam folder!
I’ve signed up but I didn’t get any email. What should I do?
Please check your spam folder! If you still don't see an email from us, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does the process work? How long should I wait?
We are trying to act as quickly as possible.
We care about sourcing impactful projects and only work with verified NGOs to ensure all collaborations create meaningful solutions.
We need to perform several steps to provide such a guarantee, so matching you with a nonprofit might take up to several weeks. Sometimes you don't find your perfect match immediately – but don't worry, our team will be in touch with you throughout the process.
I’m not a company, but I wondered if I can use my skills to support your cause?
Thank you for your willingness to help the cause! Our core activity is matching tech companies with NGOs. We are currently not able to coordinate the work of individual contributors.
I’d love to help you with marketing and promotion. How can I get involved?
Thank you for your offer of support. We are currently sorted in terms of internal marketing capabilities, but the products built under our umbrella need a substantial marketing boost. If you'd like to help, please fill out our form and the registration form we'll email you and specify your area of expertise.
Please remember that we can only work with companies, and unfortunately, we cannot offer a partnership with individuals.
Do you think it makes sense to build product X?
As much as we would love to advise you on your project, the truth is that NGOs have the best knowledge about how to provide valuable help to those in need. The best thing you can do if you want to help is join Tech To The Rescue and see what tech needs the nonprofits have.
We have a preexisting tool which we would like to make available as part of your campaign. Can we do this?
If you offer software, contact TechSoup and pledge your support so that they can find NGOs that would benefit from your solution.
We’ve noticed that X product is not working. Who can we flag this to?
As Tech To The Rescue, we match tech companies with NGOs to work on dedicated projects – we’re not the owners of the projects ourselves. If you spot a bug or malfunction, please get in touch with the product owners/managers directly via their website.
We are already working on a pro-bono project but we need some additional IT experts to join our team, can you help us?
Unfortunately, we won’t be able to help as we streamline our focus on matching IT companies with NGOs. We cannot help find volunteers or other additional resources for ongoing projects.