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Supporters

PeaceGeeks is able to operate in large part thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, preferred providers and affiliates. We are proud to recognize them here.
Featured Sponsors

When you become a sponsor, you help us build tools and programs so we can help our partners to make that difference.

Listed below are some of our key sponsors who make a big difference in the lives of those working for peace, accountability and human rights. 

Affinity Bridge
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Appnovation
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Berghof Foundation
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Black Family Foundation
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LUSH
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All Sponsors

In 2015, PeaceGeeks has built and launched online tools to aid Syrian refugees, monitor the Nigerian elections, document conflict violence in South Sudan, collect data on gender based violence in Kenya and monitor international aid to Palestinians.

Our sponsors and donors make it possible for us to take on more projects, help more people, and create new ways to build peace through the use of technology.

Sponsors

Active State
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Affinity Bridge
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Amnesty International
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Appnovation
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AspirationTech
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Axiom Zen
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Azendoo
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Backbone Technologies
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BCCIC
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Berghof Foundation
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Black Family Foundation
Blakes
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CanTrust
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Digital Humanitarian Network
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Fasken Martineau
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FreshBooks
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Geeks Without Bounds
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GitHub
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GNUcoop
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HootSuite
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LUSH
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Massive Media
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Open Data BC
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Oxfam
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SalesForce
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Shoes.com
Slack
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The Hive
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The Jibe
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TIO
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Translators Without Borders
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Vancouver Community Network
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Highlighted Sponsor:

Affinity Bridge

Affinity Bridge has been PeaceGeeks main technology partner since 2013, providing invaluable support on tech development and management, including on the Amani platform. They also contributed significant employee time to PeaceGeeks to develop the Beta version of the Services Advisor project to support Syrian refugees in Jordan, in partnership with the UN High Commission for Refugees.