The 8th annual National Day of Civic Hacking took place on Saturday, September 12, 2020.
This year’s impact
Code for America and the Network brought together civic leaders, public servants, designers, coders, and engaged citizens to partner with local government and community groups to tackle some of our toughest challenges. The day of collective action focused on helping those most in need of social safety net services during COVID-19.
Actions for the day
We organized three actions for People Over Paperwork. Want to complete one of these actions with your Brigade, or just learn more? Find links below to each project’s slide deck.
Join a panel of leaders from Code for America, the SF-Marin Food Bank, and the Center for Budget Policy and Priorities discuss the current state of the social safety net as the impacts of COVID-19 continues, approaches to strengthening it for those who need it most from grassroots to government at all levels, and what’s on the horizon.
Find your local Brigade event
Are you a part of a Code for America Brigade?
Access this year's toolkit here, and start learning more about how you and your Brigade can get started preparing for National Day of Civic Hacking. Questions? Reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you an organization in the social safety net? Interested in how hundreds of volunteers including civic leaders, public servants, designers, coders, and data scientists can help advance your work? Get in touch to learn more about partnering on this year’s National Day of Civic Hacking. Contact email@example.com.
For more on Code for America and the Network’s efforts around the social safety net and COVID-19:
About Code for America
Code for America makes government work for the people, and by the people, in the digital age, starting with the people who need it most. We build effective, easy-to-use digital services that improve government systems, and we help others do the same across all levels of government. We organize thousands of active volunteers across more than 80 chapters nationwide to improve government in their local communities. Our goal: a 21st century government that effectively and equitably serves all Americans.