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We were doing the Tech for Good program at Netguru, but it took a lot of hard work to do it well. You had to do internal project selection processes, promote it, embrace it - actually a lot of people were involved. Finally we realize that TTTR allows to outsource the process of selection and makes it posible to focus only on the essence - delivering projects. Thanks to TTTR we do not have to waste time on the whole envelope but we can focus on the core."
Karolina DlugoszCSR Director | Netguru
We decided to support TTTR because it feels like the right thing to do. As a values-driven business, we believe in playing a role in wider society, and donating time and expertise to a well-coordinated effort to make NGOs more efficient and effective is perhaps the best way we can make this planet a better place for our children.
Dmitriy IvanovHead of Technology, SoftServe
There are no official deadlines, but many companies are ready to help you as soon as possible.
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.
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. The upcoming Sprint for impact is described on this website: https://techtotherescue.org/sprint-for-impact.
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.