Inspiring Tech Innovation for Social Good
Partnering with Google.org to build a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient Europe through digital innovation
Building a more resilient Europe
CPI Europe is working with Google.org to design and run the Tech for Social Good Impact Challenge. This Impact Challenge looks for bright ideas that leverage technology to produce a significant positive impact on communities across Europe, at the scale and pace the world needs today. In partnership with Faculty, CPI is helping Google.org to select the most promising tech-enabled social impact solutions from all over Europe.
Tech for Social Good
Google.org’s Tech for Social Good Impact Challenge is an open call for European nonprofits, social enterprises, and civic entities focused on sustainability, economic opportunity, and cybersecurity. Successful applicants will receive up to six months of full-time pro bono support from a team of Google.org Fellows and up to €3M in funding.
The Google.org Fellowship is a program that provides organisations with a team of Google employees who help them in building scalable solutions with lasting impact.
How we support digital innovation
Tech for good expertise
Bringing CPI’s solid in-house expertise in technology for good and community-centred digital innovation. We have supported partners in harnessing technology to solve social issues, and designing digital transformation trajectories, putting communities’ needs first.
Deploying CPI’s experience in delivering multiple global innovation competitions and open-calls, mentoring and coaching selected recipients to design and implement innovative solutions to enable communities to thrive.
Programme planning and delivery
Leveraging CPI’s track record of acting as an operational partner to provide experienced programme planning and execution support.
Peer-learning and convening
Connecting to our organisation’s networks and other public, private and non-profit experts to share in-depth knowledge and learn.
Applications are now open and are being reviewed on a rolling basis! We recommend interested applicants to submit early.
The organisations selected to receive pro-bono technical support and funding will be announced no earlier than the second half of 2023.
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