Initiatives

HELP CREATE HEALTHIER LIVES WITH TECH ENABLED PRODUCTS AND DIGITAL CAMPAIGNS

OUR GOAL

For 2018, we are launching our most important initiative yet – Hack Health to reduce health dispraise affecting 1 million people by the year 2021. But we can’t do this without your help! In order to make Hack Health a reality, please consider making a contribution today.

2018 HACK HEALTH

Goodie Nation has roots as a Facebook group of high-performance entrepreneurs of color dating back to 2010. The group first began to meet offline in 2012 to vent about things only other entrepreneurs could understand. Dubbed Founders’ Therapy, the event showed the power cultivating relationships of bringing talented people online, and them bringing them together for unique in-person experiences. On March 1 2014, the group was called together again for Goodie Hack, a 10-hour hackathon to solve the technology problems of awesome non-profits already doing great work. Originally intended to be a one-time project, Goodie Hack showed the potential for how mashing up technologists, business professionals, and community advocates could solve civic problems.

VILLAGE CAPITAL PATHWAYS PROGRAM 

Goodie Nation has roots as a Facebook group of high-performance entrepreneurs of color dating back to 2010. The group first began to meet offline in 2012 to vent about things only other entrepreneurs could understand. Dubbed Founders’ Therapy, the event showed the power cultivating relationships of bringing talented people online, and them bringing them together for unique in-person experiences. On March 1 2014, the group was called together again for Goodie Hack, a 10-hour hackathon to solve the technology problems of awesome non-profits already doing great work. Originally intended to be a one-time project, Goodie Hack showed the potential for how mashing up technologists, business professionals, and community advocates could solve civic problems.

VILLAGE CAPITAL PATHWAYS PROGRAM 

Goodie Nation has roots as a Facebook group of high-performance entrepreneurs of color dating back to 2010. The group first began to meet offline in 2012 to vent about things only other entrepreneurs could understand. Dubbed Founders’ Therapy, the event showed the power cultivating relationships of bringing talented people online, and them bringing them together for unique in-person experiences. On March 1 2014, the group was called together again for Goodie Hack, a 10-hour hackathon to solve the technology problems of awesome non-profits already doing great work. Originally intended to be a one-time project, Goodie Hack showed the potential for how mashing up technologists, business professionals, and community advocates could solve civic problems.