#TechForUkraine campaign to support NGOs with digital solutions
March 7, 2022

#TechForUkraine campaign to support NGOs with digital solutions

To support local and international NGOs coordinating humanitarian aid in Ukraine, the Tech to the Rescue network has launched the #TechForUkraine campaign. It calls for non-profit organisations and tech companies to come up with digital solutions to maximise efforts in providing help to millions of people in need.

Interested organisations and companies will provide pro bono support to Ukrainian non-profits in areas such as:  improving cybersecurity, resource distribution, safe messaging, embedded payments, data-driven decision making and making donations easier.

Over 400 entities have already pledged tech support to help Ukrainian non-profits with their missions, lead more and get involved.

#TechForUkraine is looking to match Ukrainian NGOs in need of digital support with tech companies prepared to offer solutions:

Non-profit organisations acting for Ukraine that need technological help in digital transformation. If you’re an NGO, apply here:  https://bit.ly/3I7YwxC 

Tech companies that are ready to design solutions that will build resilience and digital capacity of nonprofits. If you’re a tech company, apply here: https://bit.ly/3h05NU2 

Tech To The Rescue is a voluntary movement of tech companies to help social impact organisations around the world implement digital solutions to scale up their influence.

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