Join Benetech in the Skoll Foundation’s 2014 Social Entrepreneurs Challenge!
Zach’s encounter with accessible ebooks is but one example of how Benetech empowers people who often face difficult challenges and whose needs are neglected. Our software tools change the ways in which individuals with disabilities can effectively read; enable frontline human rights defenders to safely document abuse; and support environmental practitioners in their efforts to protect species and ecosystems.
Our work is made possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters. To continue to provide our services, and to explore new ways in which targeted technological applications could address unmet needs of disadvantaged communities, we definitely need your help.
Please join us in the Skoll Foundation’s second annual Skoll Social Entrepreneurs Challenge—a fundraising campaign committed to strengthening the capacity of organizations like ours to accelerate impact on some of the most critical issues of our time.
Hosted on the Crowdrise platform, the Challenge launched today, October 27, and runs through December 5th. We are competing against other participating organizations—and racing against the clock—to raise funds and secure matching funding from the Skoll Foundation. We build our tech-for-good products and reach dollar-by-dollar, and therefore every gift makes a difference for the people we serve. Now, with the Skoll Foundation’s matching support, your gift will have far more impact!
visit Benetech’s Challenge campaign and give whatever you can. Here are some examples of what we can accomplish with your contribution:
- Empower more individuals with disabilities to have equal opportunity to succeed in school, employment, and society;
- Embolden defenders of human rights in their fight against injustice and abuse;
- Match highly skilled tech volunteers with humanitarian organizations to deliver better services around the world;
- Strengthen Latin American clean water organizations to more effectively deliver clean drinking water to communities in need.
This post also appeared on the Benetech blog.