Tech the Halls Celebrates 2022

Dec 12, 2022
John Hutchins, Greg Arthur, Nicole Armstrong, Scott Geller, Keith Boone, & Clint Bailey at Tech the Halls 2022

Our Tech the Halls VIP Holiday event welcomed guests from the local nonprofit, technology, and business communities. The event was presented by us and GeorgiaCIO on at the Star Metals building in Atlanta.

This is one of our favorite times of the year when we come together to celebrate our accomplishments and have some fun as we look toward .

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Tech the Halls photos — , Star Metals, Atlanta

This event is a wonderful opportunity to thank our sponsors and community partners, VIPs, board members, Executive Ambassadors, our staff and GeorgiaCIO staff, and special guests. We love sharing the message of our mission and wholeheartedly believe that technology has the power to transform lives in our local communities and beyond. We are thankful for the time to reflect on our work and mission, and the dedicated TechBridge team committed to tackling the biggest challenges facing our communities.

Every day, we wake up and ask ourselves, How can we work to move the needle forward? How can we better fight to break the cycle of generational poverty — more effectively, more thoughtfully, while ensuring we’re using the best tools technology has to offer?

It’s this mindset driving our mission. For 22 years we have positively affected the incredible work of nonprofits across America. With our technology implementations, support, and expertise, our nonprofit clients have:

  • Delivered 15 billion pounds of food to hungry families
  • Given a value of $75 million in pro bono legal services to those most in need
  • And supported 75 thousand unhoused families

We have also seen nearly 600 graduates from our Technology Career Program, training and certifying our scholars in high-demand technology skills. Most of our graduates enter sustainable careers, providing them and their families with economic stability and mobility.

We accomplished many things In :

  • We hosted the inaugural National Social Justice Summit
  • We awarded our Dream Big for Social Justice grant to Legal Aid at Work, supporting and magnifying their efforts in social justice with game-changing technology
  • We embarked on partnerships with Macy’s, Ford, the OneTen Coalition, and many more incredible organizations
  • And we achieved many more accomplishments!

We are so thankful to GeorgiaCIO and their team for co-hosting this beautiful evening and look forward to what’s to come in . For more information about our upcoming events, such as our CxO series event, check out our events page.

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