Our national Network is made up of technologists, advocates, and organizers who work to break down barriers and help people access services, and meet local needs.
We work shoulder to shoulder with people in communities and government to build digital tools, change policies, and serve all people with dignity and respect.
We mobilize community members through our volunteer Brigade Network, convene government changemakers through our events, and organize locally.
Volunteers are a critical part of the Code for America Network. Code for America Brigades are at work in over 80 cities, standing shoulder to shoulder with communities and local governments to solve pressing problems. From Asheville to Santa Barbara, our volunteers are using technology and its open-sourced, people-centered principles to ensure their communities are empowered and ready to tackle challenges that come their way. Read more about the work of our Brigades in our Volunteer Spotlight series.
National Brigade Network
Join our Network of thousands of volunteers who are dedicated to solving problems for the benefit of our local communities. Code for America Brigades foster connection through events like National Day of Civic Hacking and in partnership with community groups and local governments to create, support, and serve the public good through technology.
Code for America Summit
Our flagship event for government changemakers. Every year we host one of the largest gatherings of civic technologists, government changemakers, advocates and organizers in the country to break through some of governments’ biggest challenges.