It is a collective of people using their skills to create things for the public good. Sometimes this involves tech, sometimes community organising, sometimes it's just talking about and understanding a problem from different points of view.
Code For Boulder lies within the intersection of tech, data, and community engagement. Boulder is a vibrant city; we join up with local government, non-profits, and community organizers to help bring out the best in the place we call home.
You can think of Code for BTV as a pro-bono digital agency working for the public good. We pick meaningful projects and do the research, design, architecture, coding, launch, and communications work to help important organizations work more effectively.
Code for Jersey City is a nonpartisan, civic-tech, volunteer community group that collaborates with local government and community partners. We build new tools that help with local civic issues, advocate for better technology and open government, and provide a space for residents to voice and act on their ideas so that our city can grow for, and by the people.
Hack Cleveland, also known as HackCLE, is a group of community leaders who are leveraging technology to unify Clevelanders and those responsible for their public safety. HackCLE recognizes that Cleveland is at a crossroads; symbols of a renaissance are abundant, but the awakening must equally affect everyone to signal true progress.