Computer History Museum
THE MISSION OF THE COMPUTER HISTORY MUSEUM IS TO PRESERVE AND PRESENT FOR POSTERITY THE ARTIFACTS AND STORIES OF THE INFORMATION AGE.
The TechSoup Global Network connects 65+ of the world's leading civil society organizations to improve lives globally through the use of technology. TechSoup Global Network NGO partners manage a range of technology capacity-building programs to serve communities in nearly every region of the world. About TechSoup TechSoup provides the transformative technology solutions, the digital platforms, and the in-person experiences that enable people to work together toward a more equitable world. In collaboration with the TechSoup Global Network, TechSoup enables companies, foundations, and governments to connect their philanthropic resources with vetted NGOs globally.
Code.org is dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in every school and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of color.
NPower creates pathways to economic prosperity by launching digital careers for military veterans and young adults from underserved communities.
We empower under-represented talent to pursue tech futures by teaching the digital and professional skills demanded by the marketplace, and engaging corporations, volunteers and nonprofits in the long-term success of our students.
IEEE Foundation, Inc.
IEEE Foundation enables IEEE programs that enhance technology access, literacy, and education; support the IEEE professional community; and inspire the generosity of donors.
IEEE Foundation provides philanthropic services to support the IEEE core purpose of fostering technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. To fulfill this role, the IEEE Foundation relies on donations to fund new and innovative programs that support educational, humanitarian, historical preservation, and peer recognition programs of IEEE.
Re:Coded aims to create innovative, socially minded leaders of tomorrow using technology and entrepreneurship as a catalyst.
Re:Coded runs a signature coding bootcamp for refugees and displaced youth - the first of its kind in Iraq. We provide technical and language training to extraordinary human beings who would not otherwise have access to first-rate materials, mentorships, and education and job opportunities. We believe in the strength of diversity, the beauty of code, and the power of education. We believe that learning is a lifelong pursuit, the doors of which should be closed to no one.
Vets Who Code
#VetsWhoCode is a veteran-led and operated 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit that focuses on training veterans in programming and open source development with the purpose of starting careers in the technology industry.