The Weebly community is filled with people working hard to make a difference, and we love hearing their stories. Now we have a chance to help some of them out.
We recently learned about Hack the Hood, an awesome Bay Area nonprofit that teaches low-income youth to build websites for small local business that lack a web presence. In addition to gaining valuable workforce skills, the organization connects local kids with industry mentors and gives them an opportunity to visit the headquarters of various Bay Area tech companies.
Due to it’s excellent and impactful work, Hack the Hood has been selected as one of 10 finalists in the Google Bay Area Impact Challenge. This is an exciting chance to win much needed funding to further the organization’s youth programs, but they need your votes to make it into the top four.
Hack the Hood provides an incredible service for both Bay Area youth and small businesses, and we are so proud to know they utilize Weebly as their teaching platform. We also can’t wait to host them here at our own HQ for a tech-training session later this year!
Do you know other inspiring organizations that use Weebly? We’d love to hear about them!