Alabama

There are so many reasons why residents are proud to call Alabama “home, sweet home.” It’s got beautiful mountains, sunny beaches, and that fabled Southern hospitality. It’s where George Washington Carver studied peanuts, Tuskegee Airmen trained to serve the country from the skies, and where Harper Lee wrote, To Kill a Mockingbird.Alabama is the fourth poorest state in the U.S. More than than 19 percent of Alabamians live below the federal poverty line and the state’s food insecurity rate is at nearly 19 percent. With stats like these, it’s crucial that nonprofits alleviating poverty and hunger in Alabama succeed. Since 2015, TechBridge has provided nonprofits focused on these issues with technology that enables them to serve more people and do more good.


Adopt-A-Nonprofit

FUND A NONPROFIT’S CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY PROJECT

Women of Refined Gold

Alabama
Connecting survivor resources to women impacted by domestic violence in the River Region of Montgomery is the organization’s primary purpose. An IT Assessment will aid in the process of scaling up services. Total Amount Needed $1,000

Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham

Alabama
NHSB offers safe, affordable houses to residents who don’t qualify for subsidized housing but can’t afford current market rates. An IT Assessment can identify ways to expand the mission and serve more people. Total Amount Needed $1,000

Heritage Training and Career Center, Inc.

Alabama
The center helps individuals who lack adequate skills to achieve economic independence, through training, work experience, supportive services and job placement in unsubsidized employment. An IT Assessment will allow them to better meet client needs. Total Amount Needed $1,000


Events and Grants


Alabama Digital Event Series

The Alabama Digital Event Series brings together Alabama’s technology, business and nonprofit leaders to celebrate the impact technology can have in alleviating poverty in our communities.

Dream Big Technology Grant

Our Alabama Dream Big Technology Grant provides funds to Alabama nonprofits so they can meet their technology needs, allowing them to serve more people and do more good.

Birmingham TechTuesday – June 20th

James Franklin, TechBridge CEO will be leading a conversation on how to improve economic mobility through the power of community collaboration.

Alabama Partners






Leadership Board

Our community leaders come from a variety of backgrounds and provide valuable insight and expertise. Each member shares our mission to provide service and support so that nonprofit groups can operate effectively and sustainably to maximize impact for at-risk populations.



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