The Environmental Data Governance Initiative (EDGI) seeks to ensure that all areas of the United States have equal access to environmental justice.
Founded in Spring 2020, the Xenophobia Meter Project team is a cross-disciplinary group of researchers, engineers, and students focused on tracking and addressing xenophobic sentiment online.
The mission of the Human Services Coalition is to enhance the delivery of health and human services in the Tompkins County area.
The main goal is to teach MERN stack to new Hack4Impact members in a less stressful technical environment and to help members ease into Hack4Impact. Members will be exposed to frontend development, backend development, and design with an emphasis on communication.
Earth Law Center is legal non-profit operating worldwide that specializes in passing a new generation of earth-centric laws which help establish rights of nature and the rights of future generations.
Farmworker Justice's mission is to empower farmworkers and their families to improve their living and working conditions, immigration status, occupational safety and health, and access to justice.
Love Living at Home provides services that help seniors live healthy, independent lives while remaining in their homes and staying connected to their communities throughout the aging process.
Prisoner Express creates an opportunity for incarcerated men and women to get access to information, education, and a public forum for creative self-expression. Through our newsletters and programs, we step through the isolation of prison life and foster a sense of community among the prisoners who participate.
Penn Environment is an environmental advocacy organization working in clean air, water, and energy spaces. Through research reports, news conferences, interviews with reporters, and more, they educate the public about what’s at stake and what can be done.
The Xenophobia Meter Project seeks to challenge discrimination with data by tracking xenophobic sentiment on Twitter and providing the public with the tools to recognize and fight xenophobia in your community.
The Correctional Association of New York (CANY) provides oversight to 52 NY-state prisons with over 38k incarcerated people. By conducting on-site monitoring of prisons and communicating with incarcerated people, CANY seeks to improve conditions in prisons and advocate for decarceration.
Formally believes in breaking bureaucratic barriers to make our world more accessible by turning important immigration documents into easy-to-follow forms. They focus on providing a secure, seamless user experience that integrates with existing systems.