Thank you for donating to Black Girls CODE's mission to introduce computer programming and digital technology to young girls of color (Black, Latina and Native American) ages 7-17 to become builders and leaders of technological innovation and of their own futures. Receive a digital thank you card designed by Black Girls CODE's students, or "Tech Divas," as we like to call them :)
Black Girls CODE has helped introduce more than 1,200 girls to computer programming, thank you for your support! Get your swag on with an “I love Black Girls CODE” button and a “Black Girls CODE” wristband.
Want to support girls in tech? If 2,000 people donate $50 we can bring Black Girls CODE to 2,000 girls this year. As a token of our appreciation you will receive a digital #1GirlAtATime badge to share on your social media and a Black Girls CODE T-Shirt. (Men's and Women's Sizes Available)
Our web series will capture the stories of our students, parents and communities during our "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix" journey. You will be recognized as a "Contributor" in the credits of our web series.
"As we look into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others." Your donation will help empower the next generation of techies. As a token of our appreciation you'll get a handwritten thank you note from a student from our "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix" journey, a Black Girls CODE water bottle and a digital #ChangeTheRatio badge to share on your social media.
Join a Google Hangout session with Black Girls CODE's founder, Kimberly Bryant, on "How To Start A Movement". Hear how she bootstrapped her passion to educate girls of color worldwide and attracted thousands to her mission. Talk to her and hear others discuss the fundamentals of starting a movement. In addition learn how to make a big presence on a shoestring budget.
Rock out with your BGC gear and show your love. At this level, we'll send you the button, wrist band, t-shirt, water bottle, a digital badge AND a handwritten thank you note from one of our new Tech Divas.
FACT: The average programmer makes $92K a year in the video game industry. Udemy and online educator, John Bura, has partnered with Black Girls CODE to bring you this awesome perk because we share the belief that everyone should learn how to CODE. No programming experience needed. A $500 value that goes straight to our mission. We'll even throw in a BGC water bottle for good measure so that you can take a break from learning in style :)
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Want to attend the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland, Oregon July 24-26 but can't afford the $1495 price tag? We have ONE ticket with your name. Claim this perk and the ticket is yours. Your funds will also help us educate 2,000 girls in technology. #DoubleWin
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Thank you for your support in building a pipeline of women in technology. As a token of our appreciation we will send you a "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix" Scrapbook and a special edition copy of the short film on Black Girls CODE with a bonus video clip where the students of "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix" personally thank you for your contribution.
Your donation will sponsor one of the 10 workshops during our "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix" journey. Your individual or company name will be recognized on our website and added to all of our workshop materials as a Silver Sponsor. In addition we will send you a thank you card with student's signatures, a group photo and a "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix" poster.
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Your donation will sponsor one of the 10 workshops during our "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix" journey + will provide 20 students with scholarships. Your individual or company name will be recognized on our website and added to all of our workshop materials as a Gold Sponsor. We will also send you a thank you card with student's signatures and a special edition copy of the short film on Black Girls CODE with a bonus video clip where the students personally thank you for your contribution.
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