Join the movement to #PayItForward

This summer Girls Who Code taught computer science to over 1,500 girls across the U.S. Our students learned how to use computer science to solve problems in their community, in their country, and in their world. They developed games to raise awareness about racial inequality and gun violence, built websites to help solve climate change, and created apps to track the spread of diseases.

Today we launched our first-ever #PayItForward campaign to give more girls across the country access to high-quality computer science education. From August 22 — September 5th, 2016, we’re asking our community of supporters to help us #PayItForward by donating to our campaign. Your contributions can:

  • $25: Help recruit top-notch instructors
  • $50: Fuel the effort to find more community partners to host programs and field trips
  • $100: Fund timely curriculum updates
  • $250: Contribute to the development of robust tools so our alumni network can grow

Join the movement by sharing how you can #PayItForward in the comment section below!

Donate and learn more about the campaign at www.girlswhocode.com/payitforward

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