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GeekCause matches Nashville’s most talented techies with community partners in need of their services. From tech consultation to solution implementation, GeekCause provides a low-cost platform for agencies to solve tech-based challenges through the support of skilled volunteers. 


How GeekCause works

How GeekCause works: Nonprofit submits proposal to HON, HON provides consultation to define project scope, HON pairs project with skilled volunteers, volunteers collaborate with nonprofit and HON, tech challenge solved!

Got tech skills? Volunteer through GeekCause!

GeekCause makes it easy for busy techies of all types and skill levels to give back to causes they care about. Share your expertise with a local nonprofit in your spare time and make a big impact.

 Volunteer with GeekCause


Does your agency need tech assistance? GeekCause can help!

Technology can be daunting for a nonprofit. That’s where GeekCause comes in. We help local organizations figure out how their agencies could better utilize tech, and we pair them with skills-based volunteers who can troubleshoot problems and implement solutions. Whether you have a vision for the help your agency needs, or you’re unsure of where to start, GeekCause and our volunteers are here to help. 

GeekCause for Nonprofits

Great Idea + Partnerships = Impact!

GeekCause was founded in 2017 by Atiba, a Nashville-based technology consulting firm, as a way for their employees to lend their skills to local nonprofits. With 130 volunteers and eight projects complete, Atiba saw an opportunity to expand the program’s reach through a partnership with Hands On Nashville. Thanks to generous support from The Frist Foundation, GeekCause now has a home at Hands On, where we hope to continue the good work for great causes in our community.

For more information on all things GeekCause, contact Taylor Wilder, Skilled Volunteerism Manager, at 615-298-1108 ext 4060.


Special thanks to our generous GeekCause sponsors

Special thanks to our GeekCause sponsors: Atiba and The Frist Foundation



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