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Working to support communities where it does business, Control™ Prepaid Mastercard® donated $10,000 in essential food items to the Atlanta Community Food Bank. The donation was spread among community pantries, child care centers, shelters and senior centers.
The Control Team is honored to support the Food Bank and many other non-profits who are working tirelessly to support local communities where we live, work and contribute.
For more information on the Atlanta Community Food Bank, visit ACFB.org
Founded in 1992 as a clinic at Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University, the Innocence Project is a national nonprofit that works to free innocent people who have been wrongly convicted and to reform the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
The Innocence Project has helped exonerate over 230 people, a disproportionate number of whom are people of color and some of whom were sentenced to death.
The organization is dedicated to researching, analyzing, and educating stakeholders and the public on the causes and consequences of wrongful convictions and other systemic problems. It also works to pass laws and prevent the admissibility of unreliable, non-scientific evidence to prevent future miscarriages of justice.
The Innocence Project incorporated as a 501(c)(3) organization in 2004, though it maintains an affiliation with Cardozo.
For more information please visit innocenceproject.org
Founded on the pillars of empowerment and education, Black Girls CODE is dedicated to leveling the playing field for girls of color in STEM.
Through our tech education—focused programming and initiatives-designed for girls and young women between the ages of 7 to 17—we aim to inspire youth to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures.
Black Girls CODE started in San Francisco with 8 girls sharing 6 computers learning how to write lines of code and since our inception, we have served over 20,000 students through 15 chapters across the United States and South Africa. Our goal is to train 1 million girls by 2040.
Black Girls CODE is on a mission to change the narrative surrounding racial and gender diversity in STEM and create safe spaces where Black girls can see themselves reflected in tech innovation. We strive to empower our girls to go from consumers to creators and use technology as an avenue to be agents of change.
For more information on Black Girls CODE, visit blackgirlscode.com
Established in 1987, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) is the nation's largest organization exclusively representing the Black College Community.
TMCF member-schools include publicly-supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBls).
Publicly-supported HBCUs enroll over 80% of all students attending HBCUs.
Through scholarships, capacity building and research initiatives, innovative programs, and strategic partnerships, TMCF is a vital resource in the K-12 and higher education spaces.
The organization is also a source for top employers seeking top talent for competitive internships and job opportunities.
TMCF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, charitable organization.
For more information about TMCF, visit TMCF.org