March 16, 2017 at 3:24 am #5496
The hacking of “the gift of the code” of Capital One Login Canada contributes to bridging the digital divide for six charities to Toronto
Toronto, 12 oct. 2016 / CNW / – technology has changed the landscape of the donation, thanks in large part to a preference Millennium for digital experiences transparent in all aspects of their life. A new study on the charitable donation to be carried out by Capital One Login Canada has revealed that 2 of the 3 millennia preferred to support several small charities, but the majority of those who have worked with local charities in small size declare that they make little use of the technology (59). Percent).
The change to the support for charities to the leading edge of the technology has made it difficult for the competition for some organizations, in particular the small with Digital Resources Limited, and may cause thousands of dollars in donations lost. In fact, the recent survey on charitable donations has also revealed that the millennia are more likely to make donations to charities that provide digital payments (53%) and are more likely to have confidence to charities with a strong digital presence (50 p.
Capital One Canada contributes to fill this gap in digital welcoming its first hackathon gift the Code ™. The hackathon will support six charities that make a difference in the community of Toronto.
“Capital One Login undertakes to offer digital solutions practices to our customers and we understand the importance of knowing how to communicate with Canadians on-line,” says Nathalie Clark, vice-president Director of Capital One Canada. “It is important for us that gift the code closer to our charitable partners of the technological expertise they need to have an even greater impact in the community.”
The Gift of Capital One Login Canada, the Code will be hosted by the expert in technology Marc Saltzman and will be held on the campus of BrainStation in Toronto on Friday, October 21, 2016 to Sunday 23 October 2016. In only 40 hours, participants passionate by the resolution of the problems will brainstorm, submit technological solutions to meet the challenges specific digital encountered by charities partners.
“I saw first hand how the technology industry wants to give back, to help provide the tools and knowledge where it is most needed,” explained Marc Saltzman, expert in technology, journalist and author. “Whether it is to help the communities recover from natural disasters, provide the hardware, software and tutorials to disadvantaged students, or in this case, help the small charities often under-funded to do more with less.
Charities supported during the donation of the Code Hackathon were selected according to their size and their accessibility to digital technologies. Here are a few of the challenges that participants will be confronted:
Prosper Canada – a national charitable organization is seeking ways to improve the financial literacy and the empowerment of people with low income through Communities of Learning Online and solutions based on the user.
Second Harvest – The largest program of food rescue in Canada in need that its data to be more easily stored, managed and accessible by his team.
Habitat for women – a service of assistance and housing for women is in search of a enhanced functionality and a visual appeal in its system of online donations.
Toronto PFlag – a charity support, education and advocacy for people LGBTQ and their families need a digital solution to find parents of LGBTQ individuals who can serve as mentors to new members.
Holland Bloorview – the largest hospital rehabilitation for children in Canada is looking for the best digital channels to collect the relevant comments of the children with whom he works.
Blake Boultbee – a proximity service in the EU is of Toronto requires a tool of organized
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