Ways to Give To CanCode Communities

Train a Coder, Change a Life

Because of YOU, we are able to change hundreds of lives annually through our digital literacy, software, and K-12 training programs. Since the start of this year, we have been able to upskill 711 young people and adults with your support!

For just $300, you can support the cost of a child attending a technology summer camp.

For just $100, your support can help fund a laptop for a student that does not have one.

For just $50, your support can help fund internet hotspot access for someone that does not have access to reliable internet to attend classes.

A donation in any amount can help a young person learn to code or help an adult learner upskill and gain a pathway into a tech sector career!

Ways to Give

Donate Through Facebook!

Give directly to CanCode Communities using Facebook. Donate here.

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Become a Monthly Donor!

A great way to invest in our students is through a monthly recurring donation. A little goes a long way! Sign up below.

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Use Amazon Smile for your shopping!

Giving has never been easier! You can help CanCode Communities by doing your shopping with Amazon Smile! Here’s how it works: Instead of shopping on Amazon.com head to Smile.Amazon.com to do your shopping (same products & pricing) and log into your Amazon account and select Albany Can Code, Inc as your designated charity.

Amazon will then donate .05 % of your purchase to CanCode Communities. It couldn’t be easier to give back!

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Use Benevity!

Find us on Benevity! If your employer uses Benevity to invest in the community, talk to them about making a financial or volunteer contribution to AlbanyCanCode through it’s portal.

Become a mentor!

Do you have experience in HR or technical skills and expertise?
Become a CanCode mentor and share your expertise with an aspiring coder. Its easy! Mentors attend a class and share their experience and pathway into a tech sector career. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please email info@albanycancode.org.