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Tech Impact wins $200k Bank of America grant

Tech Impact, the Callowhill nonprofit that helps other nonprofits use technology, won a $200,000 grant from Bank of America

Zane Bailey, a People’s Emergency Center Job Specific Skills Training graduate, uses PEC's popup computer lab during a celebration of PEC's Bank of America grant award. Seen here with Bank of America PA president Tom Woodward.

Tech Impact, the Callowhill nonprofit that helps other nonprofits use technology, won a $200,000 grant from Bank of America, the organizations announced at an event earlier this month. It’ll use the money to expand its services nationally, a goal of the organization’s and one reason why the organization rebranded nearly a year ago, as well as expand its ITWorks young adult tech training program.

People’s Emergency Center, the Powelton Village nonprofit that serves the homeless, also received the $200,000 grant, which comes with leadership training. PEC will use the money for a rebranding campaign that will help the organization reach more people. PEC was an early KEYSPOT partner and ran public computer labs as part of the KEYSPOT program.

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