Are you a web developer or designer located in San Francisco with a desire to give back to the amazing community you call home? If so, this is the event for you. HACKtivation for the Homeless is an opportunity to join partners from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to collaborate on civic issues, and address the issue of homelessness in San Francisco.
Join ReAllocate, on March 28 – 30, in partnership with St. Anthony Foundation, Project Homeless Connect, Spotify, Lyft, Innovation Alley, Larkin Street Youth, among others, to help alleviate the stresses of San Francisco’s homeless population.
It’s bound to be a memorable weekend with three days of fun, hacking, and learning. To learn more, visit hacktivation.org.
This is just the beginning of a series of events for ongoing civic participation in an effort to create a lasting impact, and build a stronger San Francisco. HACKtivations are purpose-driven hackathons that connect nonprofits and social impact projects with skilled tech volunteers. Past HACKtivations have contributed more than 2,000 hours of development and design towards projects like healthcare in the developing world, returning female veterans, and digital media education for the youth.
San Franciscans, are you going to join this weekend? Everyone else, what types of things do you do to give back to your community?
Michelle Oznowicz is the Managing Editor of Torque. Whether it be directing a short film, planning a unique travel adventure, or pulling together and organizing a community-powered publication, she enjoys rallying a group of people around a common goal.