Nonprofit applications are due July 23! Apply now
All of Blueprint’s work is open source because we believe in building technology that makes us more open and connected.
Re-Plate is a Berkeley nonprofit that aims to use technology to eliminate food waste and hunger in the community. They collect surplus food donations from businesses and deliver the food to homeless shelters and people in need.
The DREAM Project is a nonprofit focused on education located in the Dominican Republic. The goal of DREAM is to provide high quality, holistic, and sustainable education to children, youth, and young adults in communities where there may not exist programs or opportunities for them to effectively take part in otherwise.
Veterans 360 is a nonprofit organization founded in 2011 by Rick Collins. It is an organization that has had six years of active operations helping young veterans cope with transition and PTS/TBI challenges and has supported hundreds of young veterans with everything from simple financial support to complete PTS and mental health support.
RMI seeks to transform global energy use to create a cleaner, low-carbon future. To do this, they collect large amounts of detailed information on commercial buildings in order to analyze and suggest policies for reducing energy consumption. Our project aims to help RMI collect this immense amount of valuable data in a flexible, efficient way.
Lava Mae is a nonprofit organization founded in 2014 in San Francisco, CA. Lava Mae's main goal is to serve the city's homeless who lack access to basic sanitation.
Roots of Success is an international organization that provides educational resources to teachers who serve in communities impacted by poverty and unemployment.
The Data Science Education Program is an initiative at UC Berkeley that aims to expand data science learning for undergrads, and is designed for students from non-technical backgrounds.
Forte is a Berkeley nonprofit that strives to make music lessons more affordable for children from underserved communities. They match K-12 students with college-age teachers, and offer over 12 instruments.
Provides a way for Berkeley public school teachers to fund classroom projects.
Provides a secure way for the homeless to sign up for services and for volunteers to collect data.
Allows tech and design professionals around the Bay Area to teach courses at the Oakland Digital Office.