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For every dollar you give, one child will learn computer science

We use donations to work towards these main objectives:

  • Bringing computer science to schools - through district and regional partnerships, teacher professional learning workshops, and free online courses.
  • Developing curriculum - creating fun, engaging tutorials and coursework for a K-12 pathway.
  • Changing state policies - computer science isn't yet a core academic subject in most states. We're changing that.
  • Increasing diversity - encouraging women and underrepresented minorities to engage in computer science.
  • Raising awareness - we're making it known: it should be a national imperative to get more students to learn computer science.

Please see our latest progress against these objectives.

Each dollar you give is enough to help one child learn an introductory computer science class. To maintain our nonprofit status, we need small donations to add up to 1/3 of our funding. Every dollar counts.

Our donors include Microsoft, Facebook, Omidyar Network, the Infosys Foundation, Google, Ballmer Family Giving, and more. See full list

Please contact us if you, your company, or your foundation is interested in talking with our team further to better understand our programs and to explore options for investing in our work.



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Code.org is registered as a public 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to Code.org are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Code.org's tax identification number is 46-0858543.