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How You Can Hack Solutions for Six Toronto-based Charities

Spend a weekend using your tech skills to make your community a better place. Lots of worthy non-profits face similar challenges—they’re in touch with their communities and the policies that affect them, and focus their limited resources on this expertise. This means that they often aren’t in a position to invest in technology solutions and tech talent, thus creating a digital divide in the non-profit world.
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