Stoneridge Software Charitable Giving 2021 Recap
Stoneridge Software continues to give back to the community with our corporate donations to charitable causes and our employee Pay-It-Forward charitable program. Based on the passions of our team we’ve contributed more than $12,000 to nearly 60 organizations during 2021. This program gives our team members the opportunity to provide a cause, organization, or charity of their choice with a $100 donation.
An additional $15,000 in corporate donations were made to Code Savy, National Center for Women & Information, Tech 4 Kids, Tornado Relief, and UCodeGirl. Learn more below about some of these awesome causes!
Code Savvy creates and expands opportunities for young people to explore programming and creative problem solving -- vital, powerful skills for all children. a friendly, free environment for kids coding.
National-based with local chapters and programs., they have been involved with Aspirations for Women in Computing in the Minneapolis area. “The farthest-reaching network of change leaders focused on advancing innovation by correcting underrepresentation in computing.”
Tech4Kids is a non-profit organization providing the necessary software and technological tools needed to support a remote academic learning environment for kids to succeed. Tech4Kids also will mentor children in aspects such as computer use, troubleshooting and skills to ensure that internet safety is a priority.
Organized by one of our own! Stoneridge employee Matt Sharp and his wife started this fund for their community that was hit by the horrible disaster in Kentucky.
Fargo-based, have been involved in past programs and served as mentors. uCodeGirl strives to bridge the gender gap in technology so that young girls can confidently pursue 21st century opportunities.
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