MEET THE WINNERS OF THE 2018 ALABAMA DREAM BIG GRANT

Apr 18, 2019
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March 1st, 2019  marked an exciting evening at Regions Field as TechBridge Alabama celebrated 5 years of transformational work to break the cycle of generational poverty in Alabama at the annual Digital Dinner.

During the program, TechBridge was proud to announce the 2019 Alabama Dream Big Grant Winners:

  • Children’s Aid Society of Alabama
  • Presbyterian Home for Children
  • Community Food Bank of Central Alabama
  • Shelby County Children’s Advocacy Center, Inc. (Owens House)
  • 2nd Chance, INC
  • Triumph Services

It was also announced that $31,473 was raised for our 2019 Dream Big Alabama Grant Fund. TechBridge is eager to help these nonprofits implement technology solutions that will allow these nonprofits to better fulfill their mission and do more good in Alabama.

A special thanks to Presenting Sponsors for making events like these possible:

 

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