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Unlock your full digital potential.

We manage teams of talented, diverse college students and industry professionals to build tech products for nonprofits.

Students gain hands-on technical experience, corporate mentors donate their skills, and nonprofits get quality, custom digital services.
Our impact
169K
Estimated technical
hours volunteered
2.5K+
Student and mentor volunteers engaged
83%
Students underserved or underrepresented in tech
44%
First-generation or low-income students
77%
Students gain a new career opportunity from project
$7.8M
Estimated development costs saved for nonprofits

Underserved or underrepresented encompasses first-generation, low-income, gender, and racial minorities in tech. Self-reported student demographic statistics calculated from survey respondents.

For nonprofits

Launch a digital project for your nonprofit

Hit your impact goals while minimizing your costs. Our volunteers have worked on 195 nonprofit tech projects by designing and building websites, web and mobile apps, and data projects for leading nonprofits around the world.
For students

Make an impact while building skills for your career

95% of student alumni leverage their Develop for Good experience professionally and in the recruiting process. Join hundreds of college students who've applied their real-world team project to accelerate meaningful tech careers.
For professionals

Support the next generation of tech leaders

Help aspiring technologists learn about working in tech by guiding college engineers and designers through a real project with a nonprofit client, all while contributing to the causes you care about most.

Announcements

Partnership

Develop for Good receives a $25,000 grant from Okta

We’re proud to announce that Okta is partnering with Develop for Good to support our mission of helping tech students gain real-world experience through volunteerism.
New project

Launching a new project with the Smithsonian Institution

We’re kicking off a project to design a tool that will help anthropologists and other experts unify terms as the Smithsonian catalogue and digitizes their collection of 35 million historically significant objects.
Project launch

Pangolino team launches new site for the Wildlife Conservation Network

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Supporters

Develop for Good is beyond grateful for the financial support these incredible organizations have provided to make our work possible. Thank you for believing in and powering our mission!
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