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With the purchase of the Pridetocat Shirt you will be assisting Lesbians Who Tech, Maven, and Trans*H4CK to further their work. All proceeds from sales will be donated to these…
With the purchase of the Pridetocat Shirt you will be assisting Lesbians Who Tech,
Maven, and Trans*H4CK to further their work. All proceeds from sales will be donated to these organizations that are helping educate, connect and empower LGBTQ people in tech.
This limited edition shirt is available in the GitHub Shop until August 31st.
More info about the LGBTQ tech organizations that benefit from the purchase of this shirt:
Lesbians Who Tech
Lesbians Who Tech is a global community of 9,000 queer women in tech. It exists to provide value to queer women in tech, a demographic that is rarely represented in both the tech community and the LGBTQ community.
Trans*H4CK is a hackathon and speaker series that tackles social problems by developing new and useful open source tech products that benefit the trans and gender non-conforming communities, while bringing visibility to transgender tech innovators and entrepreneurs.
Maven partner with local LGBTQA youth serving organizations and LGBTQA tech professionals to provide free tech camps, workshops, Game Jams/hackathons for the queer youth community.