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Hack4Impact

Empowering engineers, designers, activists, and humanitarians to create lasting and impactful social change.

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Making the world a better place, one line of code at a time!

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Building powerful nonprofit software as a tool for social good

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Hack4Impact Calpoly Chapter

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James Wang

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Khoa Ly

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Workday Inc

Accelerator for Impact

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$7,372.00 USD

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Estimated annual budget

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Updates on our activities and progress.

2023 Recap!

Hello Everyone! We've had a great 2023 year at Hack4Impact. In 2023, Hack4Impact continued its mission of using technology to support nonprofits. Our volunteer team diligently crafted software solutions that streamlined operations and boost...
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Published on January 23, 2024 by James Wang

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Mission

Hack4Impact is a student-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit that is committed to building software for nonprofit organizations. We empower engineers, designers, activists, and humanitarians to create lasting and impactful social change, fostering the wider adoption of software as a tool for social good. 

Story

Hack4Impact was founded in 2014 with the idea that students at universities should have the opportunity to combine their skills in software with their passions of helping the world around them, especially in their local communities. Since its inception, 14 university programs have created their own local chapter and have helped over 100 nonprofit organizations with software from volunteer management systems, map resource applications, and much more. We've supported over a thousand student members with their social good journey, and we hope to help even more in the future.

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