At Zenva, we have a history of supporting community-driven initiatives that break down barriers, allowing others to have an equitable experience when it comes to education – especially coding.
That’s why we’re proud of the bundle we launched with Humble Bundle: How to Create Mobile Apps and Games. The bundle went live on 23rd September 2020 and was available until 14th October 2020. With a combined total of 6,198 Bundles sold, this raised over $90,000 for charities around the world.
Zenva partnered with Humble Bundle to support these charities:
For over 150 years, Girls Inc. has been inspiring girls to be daring, and independent.
With its rich history, Girls Inc. is creating experiences and activities, through evidence-based programming, for girls all over America, allowing them to succeed, and thrive, when met with gender, economic, and social obstacles.
Mentors help these girls reach their full potential in many aspects of life by promoting healthy living, supporting their school-based learning, and offering experiences that build on their life skills.
With their history as passionate advocates of change, Girls Inc. is inspiring all girls to become strong, smart, and bold. If you’d like to know more about their work check out their website, girlsinc.org.
DonorsChoose.org is a crowdfunding platform like no other, helping raise funds for teachers to create unforgettable classroom experiences for students, all across America. During its 20 year history, DonorsChoose.org has raised more than $510 million, across 870,000 projects which have enabled more than 21 million students to have a greater learning experience.
DonorsChoose.org’s mission is a simple one: to enable anyone to support teachers in need, allowing students to have access to experiences and tools for a great education.
Looking to support a worthy cause? Visit DonorsChoose.org to help fund classroom projects around America.
Khan Academy is a non-profit with a mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. This has garnered a global reach, with over 60 million registered users in 190 countries.
In line with their mission, both students, and teachers alike are provided with thousands of free lessons. These lessons come in a range of formats and offering tools that enable every type of learner to succeed.
If you want to get ahead with your studies, be sure to visit Khan Academy to check out their full course offerings khanacademy.org.
It’s inspiring to see the hard work these charities do, and we hope they continue breaking down barriers for students all around the world, allowing them the same opportunities with their education.