As the founding Partner in Call for Code, we were truly inspired by the commitment developers made to help solve one of the world's most urgent problems. Over 100K developers across 156 nations dedicated themselves to create solutions to mitigate the impact of natural disasters. Through our partnership with American Red Cross we've seen first-hand the devastation natural disasters leave in their wake, and we realized we could do more.
This year, we are announcing Code and Response, a 4 year, $25M effort which will not only continue to challenge developers to find solutions through Call for Code and the Clinton Global Initiative University, we will implement those solutions, including last year's Call for Code winner, Project Owl. And we will go even further, marshalling hundreds of IBM volunteers to help in disaster relief efforts in partnership with the American Red Cross.
Participate in Call for Code, a global coding challenge created by David Clark Cause and IBM as a Founding partner.
IBM Volunteers is for current and retired IBMers to identify volunteering opportunites. Anyone can access enablement materials such as Activity Kits to help ideate and execute volunteering projects.
Call for Code is a multi-year global initiative which challenges developers to use their skills and master of the latest technologies to drive positive change through the code they create. Call for Code was created by David Clark Cause, with IBM as the Founding Partner.
CGI University was launched in 2007 to engage the next generation of leaders on college campuses around the world. Each year, President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton host a meeting where students, university representatives, topic experts, and celebrities come together to discuss and develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges. Throughout the year, CGI U works with these student commitment-makers to provide a wide range of training, mentorship, and seed funding opportunities to its growing network of young innovators and entrepreneurs.