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Are you interested in how technology can be a force for good? We invite innovators to demo their technology and invite you to ask thoughtful questions and inform their products.  #publicgoodtech

Past events and DEMOS

Public Good App House: Civic Tech Apps

Civic Champs, Bloom Housing by Exygy: Tenant Protections by TechEquity Collaborative: LiquiDonate:

TechSoup and SPUR present a live, in-person pitch event, in San Francisco, featuring a demo panel of four apps that address civic issues

Apps for Disaster Preparation and Response [2023]

RespondLocal, Solvoz, SmartResponse.Org, Missing Maps

A disaster can seriously impact your organization's operations, whether it's an earthquake, wildfire, hurricane, or human-caused calamity. In this Public Good App House demo event, we will showcase practical solutions that nonprofits can use to ensure that they, and their communities, are ready to respond when disaster strikes.

How Mental Health and Crisis Intervention Organizations Use Mobile Apps [2022]

Aselo, Trans Lifeline, The Trevor Project

How can Mental Health & Crisis Intervention organizations use texting, WhatsApp, and chatbots in a scalable way? In this webinar nonprofits share how they are offering personalized and timely support for their clients.

Giving Apps - Fundraising, In-Kind Gifts, and Volunteering [2021], Giving InKind, Pledge, Track It Forward

In this Public Good App House event we will demonstrate technology solutions for fundraising directly from your Zoom webinars, tracking volunteer hours, creating in-kind giving pages, and accepting cryptocurrency donations.

Office Hours: Empowering Makers and Fostering Collaboration in Civil Society

Foster collaboration, enable knowledge sharing, get answers to the pressing questions inhibiting the development and adoption of public good technologies.

The primary goal of "Office Hours" is to support members of the public good technology ecosystem and bring together diverse stakeholders from across civil society. By facilitating open conversations and collaboration, these sessions aim to empower Makers to deepen connections with leaders from across civil society who are well-positioned to help them accelerate the development and adoption of their solutions

Marketing Your Mission: App Demos for Nonprofits [2023]

Hootsuite, Userlike, DonorPerfect, Constant Contact , Adobe Express Premium

Whether you are a seasoned marketing professional or new to the field, this event will provide valuable insights and practical advice for growing your nonprofit's impact. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from the experts and take your marketing efforts to the next level.

How Nonprofits Can Use Automation and AI for Good [2022]

UiPath,, UInclude, Keela, Omdena

How can nonprofits adopt artificial intelligence (AI) and embrace an ‘automation first’ mindset? Learn to use AI for good in this special event featuring Beth Kanter and four practical demos of automation for nonprofits.

Apps for Organizations Working with Refugees and Immigrants [2021]

Tarjimly's, FindHello, Asylum Connect, Arrival Advisor

See demos of four apps addressing the needs of refugees and immigrants during this Public Good App House event. Explore solutions for translation, supporting LGBTQ+ asylum seekers, and connecting your clients with vital information and resources.

How Can Civil Society Participate in the Decentralized Future Of The Web?

The Guardian Project and more

The decentralized web (DWeb*) is the product of a technological movement that aims to distribute the internet (including data and applications) across a network of connected devices as opposed to large, centrally controlled entities. Join us to learn how decentralized solutions — including those from The Guardian Project and more — can empower civil society to better serve communities around the world.

Innovative Solutions to Feed More People [2022]

Lemontree, FoodCloud,, Enclude

Technology is reshaping how nonprofit organizations help people worldwide, forcing nonprofits to be nimble and creative.

Volunteer Management Apps for Food Security Organizations [2022]

Track It Forward, Sign Up Genius, 412 Food Rescue, OptimoRoute

Food security organizations need robust and effective volunteer management solutions to keep track of volunteer hours and program delivery. In this fast-paced demo event, four app developers will introduce you to their solutions designed specifically for nonprofits like yours.

Four Innovative Apps for Food Pantries and Food Banks [2021]

OptimoRoute, HelpAction, Jersey Cares Senior Shoppers, P2

See four apps addressing food insecurity in action during this Public Good App House event. Explore solutions for volunteer scheduling, distribution, route planning, and managing inventory.

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"As a startup working in the social impact sector, The Public Good App House helped us make powerful connections. One event particularly illustrates this as we were able to meet in person with the Medic Mobile team, an organization we've been looking to collaborate with. After attending the Public Good App House, we were able to solidify  and strengthen our relationship with them, which was decisive for our startup."

 - Tiphaine of OvioHub

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our goal is to increase the reach and impact of public good technology projects
Our strategy is three-fold:


Encourage increased engagement between technologists,

activists, and engaged community members.


Promote knowledge and use of developed technology.


Aggregate impact to describe and scale change.

Do you have a public good tech product you’d like to demo at a future event?

Please drop us a note and tell us about it.

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