Last year's "All Hands on Tech: A Senior Learning Event" during Philly Tech Week. Photo by Neal Santos.
Want to lend a hand to one of the many nonprofits in the Philadelphia tech scene but don’t know where to start? Or are you looking for help with your nonprofit? We have you covered.
The Commit Pledge of Service is a year-long initiative to get technologists involved with the nonprofits that serve Philadelphia. Whether you’re a volunteer or you’re a nonprofit, sign up. We’ll do the rest.
Commit Pledge of Service is a project between the Knight Foundation, Temple’s Urban Apps and Maps Studio, Jarv.us and Technical.ly Philly.
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