Dream Big Alabama Grant Awards Celebration on 9/21

Sep 6, 2017
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TechBridge, our sponsors, and our Alabama Leadership Board are excited to announce the local nonprofits chosen to receive the inaugural TechBridge Alabama Dream Big Technology Grant.

The Awards Celebration will be held at the conclusion of the Alabama IT Symposium on September 21 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Attending the Symposium? Your IT Symposium badge is your entrance to the reception.

Not attending the IT Symposium and want to join us? Register here.

The Dream Big Alabama grant is made possible by Windstream and our 2017 Alabama Digital Event Series sponsors and supporters, whose generous donations have made this $50,000 fund a reality. And thank you again to our Alabama Leadership Board. We couldn’t do it without you.

To learn more about how you can get more involved in our efforts to alleviate poverty through technology, contact us at digitalevents@techbridge.org.

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