#Seattle: Upcoming Events for Good

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Our next SeaTech4Good Meetup will be on Thursday, June 30th, at General Assembly in Seattle. We have assembled a panel of experts to discuss the tech tools that local nonprofits use to schedule and coordinate volunteers. They include: Molly Jordan of Bloodworks Northwest, Jenn Romo of Real Change, and Becky Birch of the Eastside Assistance League.

We’ll start with a short presentation on the landscape of solutions and then the panel will discuss the pros and cons of various systems and approaches followed by a Q and A session. The fun starts at 6 p.m. It’s free but please RSVP at Volunteer Management Tools.

Here are some additional local 4Good events we've come across:

Coworking Fridays with ADA Academy

June 10 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Impact Hub, 220 2nd Ave S., Seattle, WA (map)

At this coworking event, all 24 women in ADA Academy's current cohort will be in attendance to share their final projects. Have lunch on us as we give some professional insight to future tech industry professionals.


Inclusive Design: Design for 7 billion, design for one (w/ Sarah Morris)

June 14 starting at 6:30 p.m. at  Moz

Exploring how designing for human diversity can unlock more meaningful experiences. Check out this film before you go.


Fledge Demo Day

On June 14, Fledge presents seven impactful, global startups. Founders will present companies recycling oil, crowdfunding for farmers, a breakthrough in green wallboard, plus working with chickens, fish, livestock, and green red bricks.


Hack the Central District: Innovation Conference

All weekend June 25-26 for all ages

Creatives and technologists from across the globe will showcase new concepts in design, entrepreneurship, and technology.


Our Next SeaTech4Good Meetup

June 30 starting at 6 p.m.

We're sharing insight about the tech tools used to manage volunteers. Our panel of experts includes:

Molly Jordan, Bloodworks Northwest

Jenn Romo, Real Change

Becky Birch, Assistance League of Eastside



The Impact Hub in Seattle hosts the Future of Cities Festival

& City Solutions Laboratory

July 5 - 6

Unlikely Allies is a two day festival that takes place in a new city each year bringing together global and local thought leaders, changemakers, inspired citizens and their unlikely allies: the hackers, artists, policy makers, activists, corporate innovators and designers needed to make real change happen on key issues of our world today.



You can find more events for nonprofits on the 501 Commons website.

Do you know about an event you'd like us to share? Tell us at SeaTech4Good.

Have an idea, speaker or location for a SeaTech4Good Meetup? Tell us in a note on our Meetup Page.


Thanks for your support of tech-for-good projects in the Northwest!

Your Organizers,

Elizabeth Schmidt Ringwald, Joel Meyers, Sabra Goldick & David Forrester