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Hackers? For Charity?

In general, a hacker is “a skilled computer expert that uses their technical knowledge to creatively overcome a problem”. We are hackers (most of us security experts) that use our superpowers to make the world a better place. We highlight projects and acts of service and help flatten the learning curve so you can join us.

Recent Stories

2501, 2022

Afghan Refugee Assistance: First Efforts

While our efforts in Uganda have continued through the pandemic, we've also been busy here in the US. In August 2021, the world watched the tangled situation in Afghanistan. The United States (US) State Department, under a program called “Operation Allies Welcome,” granted about 74,000 refugees with Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs) because of their selfless assistance to the US which put them in extreme danger from the Taliban.

803, 2021

Teaching the next generation of Computer Science Leaders in Uganda

With the COVID19 pandemic impacting the world, it has been tough times for Hackers For Charity in Uganda also. With the lock-downs and school closures, the busy Computer Training Center has had to seek new ways to assist the community in COVID-safe [...]

1708, 2020

HFC Uganda Update: Thank you and new videos online!

After many years of running Hackers for Charity in Uganda, who would have thought that a virus would have caused so much havoc in 2020? It's quite impressive that we have taught thousands of children computer literacy in Uganda and would often [...]


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