Donate to Girls Who Code with TechMikeNY


TechMikeNY Is Helping Girls Who Code!


TechMikeNY recently initiated a Round-Up feature in our cart where our customers have the option to round up their order to the next dollar. That amount will go towards Girls Who Code -- the fantastic organization helping young women learn to code and break into the tech industry. 

About Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a nonprofit founded in 2012 to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.  Computers impact every aspect of our modern society, but fewer than 1 in 5 computer science graduates are women.  Girls Who Code equips girls with the skills they need to pursue careers in technology and the confidence they need to break barriers and thrive in what has traditionally been a male-dominated industry.

Girls Who Code is one of the fastest-growing nonprofits focused on empowering girls and was ranked #1 in Not-For-Profits among Fast Company’s 2019 List of The World’s Most Innovative Companies.  You can learn more about them by visiting

How it Works

Any time you place items in your Cart with TechMikeNY, before you Check Out, you’ll have an option to check a Round Up for Charity box – whatever amount that will round up your order to the next dollar will be donated to Girls Who Code.  (You can click on the  icon to follow a link to GWC’s homepage).  


That’s it! 

 UPDATE!  In only three weeks, TechMikeNY and our customers have already raised over $120 for Girls Who Code!  Follow us on our Facebook and Instagram accounts where we continuously post updates!


Please help us help Girls Who Code and consider Rounding Up your order with TechMikeNY! With our shared technology backgrounds, it’s a perfect fit in making the world a better place!


  • Thank you for your comment below, Robert! We wholeheartedly agree!

  • This is wonderful! Paying it forward it a great way to make the world go around!

    Robert Blanda - CaddisArt, Inc

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