Redefining coding education for kids to build a better future.
The world is changing, and too many kids are left behind because of structural inequalities. Through code, we aim to create opportunities for every kid on the wrong side of these divides.
Code in the Community: Bridge the Digital Literacy Gap
With support from Google and IMDA, we run Singapore’s largest free coding programme for kids from disadvantaged backgrounds. So far, we’ve trained over 1000 volunteers from all walks of life to teach free coding classes for nearly 3000 under-privileged children in Singapore.
Pay it Forward: Create Access for Continued Education
We match donations to our Pay it Forward fund to provide seats in our creative coding camps to graduates from Code in the Community. Thanks to generous individuals and organisations like Monk’s Hill Ventures, over 20 kids from low-income families have participated in our 16 hour term time and holiday camps.
Coding Cats: Early Stage Digital Literacy in Cambodia
With our partner Raintree Cambodia and the support of USAID and Smart Axiata, we’ve trained over 30 young Cambodians to deliver free coding classes to 100 children and teenagers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. After concluding 2 pilots in 2019, we’re excited to expand the impact of the programme.
How we’re using tech and education to change the world.
Our awesome partners in tech-driven impact
Perhaps you’ve seen us around.
‘Google And IMDA Pledge $2M To Help 6,700 Underprivileged Youth In S’pore Learn Coding’, Vulcan Post. 2020.
‘More free coding classes to benefit kids’, the Straits Times. 2020.
‘Learning Programming in Khmer Has Never Been Easier’, Geeks in Cambodia. 2019.
‘Coding Cats nurtures students’ creativity, problem-solving skills’, Phnom Penh Post. 2019.
‘Programming Sounds Complex, So I Joined A Free Coding Class… For Kids’, Vulcan Post. 2018.