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.
Social impact becomes one of the most important criteria for Gen Z when choosing their place of work. Companies that are actively involved in the Tech for Good movement will gain a huge advantage over the competition.
A lot of seemingly small-scale involvement could go a long way. Don’t worry about finding the right NGO, don’t worry about verifying the impact – get matched by Tech to the Rescue and be sure that you can provide meaningful help.
Tech talent today seeks flexibility, socially responsible ventures, and value propositions that are about more than just making money. The ones who are capable of connecting purpose and vision with work are going to be able to attract and retain top talents.
There are only three that you need to keep in mind for now:
27 February - the time for submissions of initial support and pledges ends
13 March - we finalize the list of partners and projects
21 March - you will be matched with a nonprofit organization to deliver an impactful project
Yes, Tech to the Rescue regularly matches tech companies with nonprofits who focus on many different causes. You can fill out the form and once we contact you you can specify which area you are especially interested to make an impact.
The type of support where you provide a whole development team to deliver a full digital solution for nonprofit organizations. Just as with any other commercial project you work in sprints and follow software development good practices.
It’s a two week event where you can submit your whole team to work with no-code, low-code, or standard solutions to develop websites and simple apps for nonprofit organizations. We want to unmute ourselves and make a great impact in a very short amount of time. More information about the event soon.
This option is for people who do not have a whole team whose time they could dedicate to pro-bono work. You can support nonprofit by pledging your time and helping them to solve problems connected to technology, how they work with current tools or with optimizing their workflows.