Amount committed (US$)
For-profit figures not reported
Funding typeDebt: Other
DescriptionTo support the launch of Civic Hall, a one-of-a-kind innovation center for civic tech innovators. Located in New York City, it provides a space to share knowledge, build tools, and solve problems.
DescriptionTo support Personal Democracy Media in developing the Personal Democracy Center, which will be an accelerator / incubator in New York that supports civic start-ups and serves related purposes.
DescriptionTo support Civic Hall Labs, a research and design organisation that brings together sector experts, the public, funders, data scientists, researchers, designers, technologists, media makers, community groups, and entrepreneurs to explore how the use of design, data, and technology can create scalable, sustainable solutions for the public good.
DescriptionTo support Co-Creation Hub, which seeks to bring together stakeholders from different walks of life to work collaboratively on solutions to social challenges facing Nigerian society. It operates Nigeria's first multi-functional, multi-purpose space for social entrepreneurs, and provides related services.
DescriptionTo support Civic Commons, which was incubated as a 2011 Code for America project and sponsored by the District of Columbia to help government agencies share code, best practices, and innovations in IT.
DescriptionTo support a project by Code for America and ePanstwo to accelerate the global civic technology movement by breaking down silos, spreading best practices, and building stronger working relationships between civic technologists around the world.
DescriptionTo support Color of Change's ongoing civic empowerment programmes, which will help to create more authentic and representative narratives about criminal justice reform and other issues of importance to Black and historically marginalised communities in the United States.
DescriptionTo support the Digital Security Exchange (DSX), a matchmaking effort seeking to increase digital security capacity by bridging the gap between civil society organisations that are particularly vulnerable given the U.S. political climate, and the digital security providers who want help them.
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