Fast Forward's 2020 Virtual Accelerator

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Announcing Fast Forward’s First-Ever Virtual Accelerator Cohort

It’s that time of year…Fast Forward Accelerator season! But this year comes with a twist: we’re kicking off our first-ever virtual Accelerator. We’re thrilled to announce the nine innovative tech nonprofits that make up the 2020 cohort. We’re in unprecedented times, and the potential of

Tech Nonprofits in the Fight Against Police Violence

George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Michael Brown. Sandra Bland. Eric Garner. Tamir Rice. And countless others.    Black Lives Matter. The outrage against police violence has never been more visible, and the cries to address systemic racism have never been louder. Tech nonprofits are working alongside

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COVID-19 Resources for Nonprofits

Amidst these uncertain times, we’ve been blown away by the incredible work tech nonprofits are doing to respond to COVID-19. But at the same time, we know organizations are facing a host of challenges. That’s why we’re rounding up resources tech nonprofits need now, from

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Fast Forward COVID-19 Response

Fast Forward is redirecting many of our resources to support tech nonprofits addressing the COVID-19 crisis. The tech nonprofits Fast Forward serves are uniquely positioned to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. As builders of digital-first tools, tech nonprofits fill in social safety net gaps from

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Accelerate Good Global is Back to Inspire in 2020

Mark your calendars…Accelerate Good Global is back for a fourth year of tech for good conversation, inspiration, and community-building! On March 17, Fast Forward’s Accelerate Good Global summit will take over The Midway in San Francisco, featuring a morning of fireside chats with social impact

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Maddy Chung

Meet our Content and Communications Associate: Maddy Chung

Fast Forward welcomes our new Content and Communications Associate: Maddy Chung. “I’m fascinated by the intersection of social impact and technology,” I wrote in my LinkedIn bio the summer after graduating college. At least I I thought I was–I knew about a few tech nonprofits,

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