Georgia was founded by Oglethorpe nearly 300 years ago as a “refuge for the poor and deserving.” Maybe that’s why compassion comes naturally to Georgians. Since our founding in Atlanta, TechBridge has helped hundreds of nonprofits on the frontlines of alleviating poverty and hunger. Still, nearly 18 percent of Georgians suffer from food insecurity and more than a quarter of Georgia’s kids live in poverty. There’s much more work to be done, and we look forward to assisting as many nonprofits as we can access the technology they need to serve more people and do more good.

Events and Grants

Georgia Digital Event Series

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

Tee It Up for TechBridge

New tournament dates announced! Join us November 14. This annual golf tournament gathers community members to raise awareness and funds to help nonprofits gain access to technology. Join us at the only occasion during the year where you can network with senior IT decision makers affiliated with SIM Atlanta and GeorgiaCIO. All proceeds benefit Techbridge.

Julio Carrillo Named to 40 Under 40 List

Congratulations to TechBridge COO Julio Carrillo for being named to Atlanta Business Chronicle's 2017 list of  40 Under 40. On November 8 we'll celebrate at a cocktail and dinner recognizing this year's group of "movers and shakers". 



Every Woman Works

The organization helps women gain financial independence while recovering from alcohol or drug dependency or domestic violence, or while transitioning from the penal system. A Performance Measurement Assessment will aid the process. Total Amount Needed $6,000

Lutheran Services of Georgia

Finding, strengthening and creating homes for individuals and families in need in Georgia is the focus of Lutheran Services. A Performance Measurement Assessment will enhance collaboration with other relevant agencies and organizations. Total Amount Needed $6,000

Emmaus House

This ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta provides education, opportunity, assistance and advocacy in central Atlanta. A Performance Measurement Assessment will allow them to expand social support services to more neighbors in Peoplestown. Total Amount Needed $6,000

Volunteer Opportunities

Fundraising Events

TechBridge engages individuals with sales and marketing experience to assest in promoting and executing its annual fundraising events in Atlanta, the Digital Event Series and the Tee It Up for TechBridge Golf Tournament. Specific areas for involvement include raffle, silent auction and sponsorship committees in addition to logistics support on the day of each event.

Habitat for Humanity

Over the past 11 years, 33 organizations have contributed over $875,000 to the TechBridge Technology Community Habitat for Humanity Build in partnership with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. Each year, corporate sponsors join together to build a new home in partnership with a qualified, working Atlanta family. Corporate sponsors not only provide funding to build the TechBridge Technology Community Habitat House, but also provide the more than 275 volunteers needed to complete the project. The 2017 first nail ceremony and kick-off will be in April.

Georgia Partners

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