The Daily Show Supports Black Girls CODE

Founded on the pillars of empowerment and education, Black Girls CODE is dedicated to leveling the playing field for girls of color in STEM. Through our tech education-focused programming and initiatives—designed for girls and young women between the ages of 7 to 17—we aim to inspire youth to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures. 

Black Girls CODE started in San Francisco with 8 girls sharing 6 computers learning how to write lines of code, and since our inception, we have served over 30,000 students through 15 chapters across the United States and South Africa. Our goal is to train 1 million girls by 2040. 

At Black Girls CODE, we are on a mission to change the narrative surrounding racial and gender diversity in STEM and create safe spaces where Black girls can see themselves reflected in tech innovation. We strive to empower our girls to go from consumers to creators, and use technology as an avenue to be agents of change. 

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      Happy to support beautiful, smart, young women!

      Christa Macias | $26.27

      Little girls with dreams become women with vision. Monroe Roddy, I believe in you. 💝

      Daniel Bolman | $26.27

      The things you can do with your mind are unlimited. Change the world.

      Sky Wallace | $104.15


      Who run the world? Girls!

      Janice | $104.15

      Let's do this, girls!

      Donna | $26.27

      Being a Black woman who retired from the field of Information Technology, it's my pleasure to support and encourage our young Black Sisters. I expect they will make great contributions to the future.

      Melissa VerDuin | $10.70

      Tony | $52.23


      Michael | $12.77/M

      I’m very proud of you girls! I hope that carries over into pride for you and your current & future achievements!

      Dan Blackburn | $104.15

      Hannah | $26.27/M

      Fantastic idea, as a female maths teacher I know the value of supporting an interest in STEM from a young age, great initiative!

      LeeAnn Coburn | $104.15

      Stephanie Gray Real Estate | $52.23

      Black Girl Magic will heal the world!

      Ivanica Ltd | $104.15

      From a UK coder

      Brianna | $26.27

      Dwayne Barclay | $102.35

      Susan McElhinney | $26.27


      Rachel Corbin | $31.46

      Kevin | $52.23

      Some words of wisdom to keep in mind along the way. "Real quality means making sure that people are proud of the code they write, that they're involved, and taking it personally." - Linus Torvalds, Author of Linux “I think it’s very important to get more women into computing. My slogan is: Computing is too important to be left to men.” Karen Sparck Jones, Professor at Cambridge Computer Laboratory:

      Deborah Lonergan | $26.27

      To all the young women of the world--you go girls!!!


      Support Girl Coders

      Tara Alqudah | $25

      Just tell the young ladies know no matter what people may say you are smart beautiful and you can do anything you want to and dont let anyone tell you different

      DirectionWeb Inc. | $104.15

      DirectionWeb proudly supports women coders