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Jun. 20, 2017 11:22 am

Give back with Random Hacks of Kindness this weekend

The event returns on June 24-25. It's a chance to build a project and do some good.

Doing good at a Random Hacks of Kindness event.

(Photo by Flickr user Todd Huffman, obtained via Creative Commons license)

This hackathon keeps on giving.

Random Hacks of Kindness is coming back to D.C. this weekend. The twice-a-year event looks to bring together community members who request projects, and technologists who build the solutions over the two-day stretch.

According to the Eventbrite page, the June 24-25 event will be held at Internews Network offices, with support from partners Help Earth Foundation and Cloudsploit. Along with prospect of helping the community, there may be a chance to get extra help on voice technology, as Alexa Skills programmers will be at the event.

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The event is part of a global network that’s holding events throughout the month of June. D.C. has been a part of the series since the start, dating back to 2010.

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