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The iDiverse Non-Profit Directory contains more than 500 national and local non-profits representing a wide-range of diverse constituencies, including African Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, LGBT, veterans, and more. Find organizations to partner with for mentoring, volunteering, training, and promoting diversity in the digital industry.

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Featured organizations
100 Girls of Code
The mission of 100 Girls of Code is to achieve gender parity in STEM fields by introducing more young women to code and computer engineering at a young age.
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  • AUDIENCE
  • CHILDREN
  • GIRLS
  • PROGRAM
  • CODING
  • S.T.E.M.
  • WAYS TO HELP
  • DONATIONS
  • SPONSORSHIPS
  • LOCATION
  • KNOXVILLE METRO AREA
Upwardly Global
Upwardly Global's mission is to eliminate all barriers to professional workplace entry for highly skilled - yet poor and marginalized - immigrants, refuge...
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  • AUDIENCE
  • LOCATION
  • PROGRAM
  • WAYS TO HELP
  • DONATIONS
  • OTHER COMMUNITIES
  • SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
  • VOLUNTEERING
  • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
  • BUSINESS ADVICE
  • CAREER COUNSELING
  • NEW ARRIVALS/NEW AMERICANS
All Star Code
We empower young men to create new futures for themselves through programmatic initiatives which focus on computer science education, mentorship, college ...
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  • AUDIENCE
  • CHILDREN
  • BOYS
  • TEENS
  • AFRICAN AMERICANS
  • ASIAN AMERICANS
  • LATINOS/HISPANICS
  • OTHER COMMUNITIES
  • NATIVE AMERICANS
  • PROGRAM
  • CODING
  • HACKING WORKSHOPS
  • DIGITAL MEDIA
  • EDUCATION
  • SUMMER CAMP
  • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
  • BUSINESS ADVICE
  • CAREER COUNSELING
  • LEADERSHIP TRAINING
  • WAYS TO HELP
  • DONATIONS
  • LOCATION
  • NEW YORK METRO AREA

SPOTLIGHT

The Diversity Dividend and the Looming Skills Gap in the Interactive Media Industry

“This isn’t about forecasting, this is about who is in school now, who is going to be starting companies, applying to work at your companies. If your company is not speaking to this talent, it’s going to be your loss.” – Freada Kapor Klein, Ph.D., Founder of the Level Playing Field Institute and Co-Chair of the Kapor Center for Social Impact.

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