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The Next X: Black Girls CODE The Future
Thank you for your support!

We are sending another heartfelt thank you to our Black Girls CODE community! Your gift to BGC goes to developing programs that teach Black girls the skills they need to be the tech leaders of tomorrow. We can’t wait to see what the next X has in store for us - with your support, anything is possible!

Thank you for your support!

Thank you for joining us on our campaign for The Next X: Black Girls CODE the Future. We are thrilled to have already raised $119,000 in Donorbox donations for our girls! Our work is made possible by your support. We are so grateful!

Our girls are what make Black Girls CODE special. Alumnae like Amber are creating a new face of tech for the next 10 years and beyond.

“It’s just a great way to pave a path for girls of color coming up behind you going into STEM because they are going to look up to you and be like, ‘That girl is so amazing. She's done so much and worked so hard to get what she needs and do what she wants.’” - Amber Perry, BGC Alumna

Edited 12/08/21
Thank you for your support!

THANK YOU for joining us this week as we kicked off The Next X: Black Girls CODE the Future. We’d like for you to meet one of our girls, Hasana Muhammad, a 3rd year computer science student at North Carolina A&T University. Hasana is poised to change the face of STEM and lead the tech industry into a new future. Watch the video to hear more about Hasana and what the Black Girls CODE movement means to her.