Support Black Girls CODE

Black Girls CODE builds pathways for Black girls to embrace the current tech

marketplace as builders and creators by introducing them to skills in computer

programming and technology. Radical action is needed if we are to close the opportunity gap for Black women and girls. We lead a global movement to establish equal representation in the tech sector. Black Girls CODE is devoted to showing the world that Black girls can code and do so much more. Together, we are creating stronger economies and more equitable societies—ultimately realizing the true potential of democracy through

diversity and inclusion.

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      We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Our EIN # is 45-4930539. All donations are fully tax-deductible and no goods or services have been exchanged for this donation.

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      Brandon Plumbo | $104.15

      Thank you so much for the work that you do!

      Surja | $20/M

      More power to the Black Girls who CODE, you are the leaders of tomorrow. As a tech professional, I am privileged to support you and will always root for you.

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      Don and Sue | $2,077.15

      This is in memory of Carrie, who was an enthusiastic volunteer until she died in 2019. Please use it for the Carrie McLaughlin Impact Award.

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      Sarah Bieda

      This is in honor of Mae C. Jemison who became the first black woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.

      Alexandra | $52.23

      As a girl who is half black and very much interested in computers, math and entrepreneurship, thank you for what you’re doing.


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      100% proceeds came from Bakers Against Racism Neighborhood Pie Bake Sale on Sunday, Sept 12, 2021 in Silver Spring, Maryland

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      Thomas Pagano | $100

      SlashData Ltd | $333.02

      This donation is a simple thank you for all the work you are doing. Thank you for helping awesome people build a better future. We will continue to support you by donating all profits from the “Developer Marketing & Relations: The Essential Guide” book The SlashData team


      Marqueritha Clarke | $52.23

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      Aaron McDaniel | $500/M

      Dark Matter Magazine | $208

      Yolanda Thomas | $208

      Knowledge is the power we must always seek and apply to improve society! @yogisunlight

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