January 08, 2018
We are excited to announce the 2018 Hack for the Community Business Partners and Nonprofits.
On April 12th & 13th, Nashville’s best IT professionals will participate in a 36-hour hack-a-thon at Tech Hill Commons to help nonprofits accelerate their impact through technology. HCA and the Nashville Technology Council are partnering with the following local businesses to make this year's Hack for the Community the best.
Volunteers from these companies will create technology solutions for over 20 agencies. Check out the projects:
Develop a resource platform where Davidson County residents can find and share literary resources.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County
Develop an app for Feeling Friday to capture youth feelings and help improve programming.
Buena Vista Elementary
Create a notification application for parents & teachers.
Cumberland River Compact
Redevelop iCreek application to be mobile friendly and integrate Google Maps to help people understand the water quality near them.
Create a web page and text messaging platform to enhance parents’ experience in Tiny Town, an early learning space for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Develop an app to allow volunteers to share their stories via social media and enter into Nashville’s Volunteer of the Month competition.
Friend’s Life Community
Create an application that streamlines the process of scheduling clients in classes, saving staff time and better serving individuals with disabilities.
Hands On Nashville
Build a Volunteer Concierge service to allow volunteers to receive personalized suggestions about upcoming volunteer opportunities.
Develop an Impact Hub to allow students, teachers, volunteers, and donors to submit testimonials and complete surveys.
McNeilly Center for Children
Create a web-based application to collect contact information from parents and staff and communicate important messages via text or email.
Music City Youth Orchestra
Create online forms and automation on website to match & schedule appointments with students with artists/instructors.
Nashville Children’s Theatre
Develop an online database of Nashville actors that could be accessed with any device.
Nashville Conflict Resolution Center
Improve platform to communicate with clients to create tailored messages and follow-ups.
Preston Taylor Ministries
Create an online tool that helps middle and high school students create plans for their futures and track progress toward their goals.
Rock the Street Wall Street
Streamline data intake process and integrate data systems to save staff time and improve communications.
Enhance WordPress website to provide patients with information to prepare for visits and increase prospective donor engagement.
Tennessee Respite Coalition
Develop a messaging system to communicate with family caregivers, update them on application status, receipt of documents, and reimbursement checks mailed.
The Family Center
Convert current agency website from Sitemason to WordPress and add online forms to capture data from agency volunteers and recurring donors.
The Nashville Food Project
Build upon volunteer sign-in/sign-out web app to strengthen security and create enhanced dashboard based reporting from existing database.
Refuge Center for Counseling
Create a texting system to text appointment reminders to clients using existing calendar system.
Urban Green Lab
Develop an event management database, integrated with Kindful, which generates real-time dashboard of school visits, teacher trainings, and community workshops.