HCA Foundation August 01, 2016

Nashville's best IT professionals will gather together at a 36-hour hack-a-thon on October 13-14 to help nonprofits improve their impact through technology. HCA and the Nashville Technology Council are partnering with the following local businesses to recruit volunteers.

  • Cisco
  • C3/Consulting
  • Asurion
  • HealthStream
  • Deloitte
  • ENA
  • Jackson National Life Insurance
  • AMSURG
  • Books-a-Million
  • HealthTrust Purchasing Group
  • The General Insurance
  • Centresource
  • Digital Reasoning
  • Dave Ramsey

These volunteers will create solutions for over 20 agencies. Check out the projects below:

  • Adventure Science Center - A twitter bot to change the color of the Center’s pyramid on-demand and spark an interest in science.
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee - A staff scheduling platform to provide safe spaces for children throughout the day.
  • Council on Aging of Middle Tennessee - An easy to navigate online directory to improve care for older adults.
  • Faith Family Medical Center - An online appointment scheduling system for patients.
  • Gilda’s Club Nashville - A streamlined client and volunteer registration.
  • Junior Achievement - A volunteer opportunity map to help match volunteers with sites in their neighborhoods.
  • Monroe Harding - A task management app for young people to learn life skills.
  • Nashville Adult Literacy Council - A volunteer registration system to reduce client waitlists.
  • Nashville Conflict Resolution Center - A survey by text platform to follow-up with mediation clients and improve services.
  • Nashville Opera Association - An interactive blog to encourage engagement in the classical arts.
  • Nashville Public Library Foundation - An online referral tool to connect clients to adult literacy services.
  • PENCIL Foundation - A volunteer tracking system to record community investment in MNPS schools.
  • Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee - An online inventory to help case workers provide families with the basics childcare supplies they need.
  • Project Return - A job recommendation tool for staff to match former offenders with jobs.
  • Renewal House - A web-based tool to maintain compliance with governmental funding requirements.
  • Safe Haven Family Shelter - An online inventory system to improve tracking of in-kind donations.
  • St. Luke’s Community House - A mobile-friendly platform for volunteers and clients to register to serve and receive services.
  • Tennessee Respite Coalition - A paper process into an online respite voucher application for caregivers.
  • The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee - An integrated solution to communicate with disaster relief grantees.
  • The Nashville Food Project - An online tool for volunteers to find the right opportunity to lend a hand.
  • Waves, Inc. - A web-based tracking system for adults with disabilities to find employment.