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How Team4Tech Works
Nonprofit partners accelerate their organizations’ current programs with the help of our talented volunteers, relevant technology solutions and matching grants.
Volunteers use their technology skills to expand opportunities for learners around the world through immersive service-learning projects.
Technology companies bring life to their corporate values, CSR goals, employee satisfaction and leadership development through short-term, immersive service learning opportunities.
Donors make it possible for Team4Tech to give matching grants to nonprofit clients. These grants fund new computers, learning software and other technology infrastructure.
Latest from Team4Tech
Ed tech for out-of-school youth in Malawi with Adobe
Malawi is one of the least developed countries in the world, with over 50% of its population of 19 million people living on less than $1.25 a day. Challenges are particularly acute for girls and women, with Malawi ranking 145 of 159 countries in the 2015 Gender Inequality Index. CARE Malawi’s SOAR program provides a high-quality, accelerated curriculum for girls who were […]
Expanding Opportunities in Vietnam with Pure Storage
168,000 children in Vietnam are orphans or abandoned. Many spend most of their childhood years in government facilities. Few students graduate with basic computing skills, greatly limiting their employment options, and even fewer attend university. Kidspire Vietnam is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help children living in orphanages build skills for productive employment after they […]
User Research & Product Design for Agriculture Planter in Senegal with Autodesk
myAgro’s mission is to move smallholder farmers out of poverty. myAgro has developed a mobile layaway system that is based on habits and behaviors that are already part of smallholders’ lives. It relies on scratch cards –similar to mobile phone credit. Instead of having to purchase $100 for seeds and fertilizer in a lump sum, […]
Founded in 1985, Fundación Paraguaya (FP) is a self‐sufficient, nonprofit, social enterprise spearheading microfinance and entrepreneurship in Paraguay. FP develops and implements practical, innovative, and sustainable solutions to eliminate poverty, creating decent conditions for all families. The program, Poverty Stoplight, is a new poverty measurement tool and coaching methodology that assists families to self-diagnose their […]