CoreTech is inviting people from around the world to come up with innovative ideas for open source apps that help nonprofit organizations solve humanitarian issues.

 

Technology is expensive and nonprofits can't afford many existing solutions or even realize that they need technology to achieve results. Core Technology Foundation, Inc. (CoreTech) has built an open source platform called CORE to help nonprofits build applications that easily scale to impact hundreds of millions of lives.

 

They are looking for innovative and executable ideas that use CORE to help address a social or humanitarian issue. The winning idea will receive $20,000 USD.

 

You may visit the Apps for Humanity ideation challenge page to find out more and to register as an innovator. No entry fee is required. The challenge is open to individuals and teams, with or without a technical background. Last date for submission is February 15, 2016.

 

 

 

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