Hack to End Homelessness

Seattle, WA ~ May 1-4, 2014

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Fast Company Covers #H2EH Projects

As many of our teams continue their important work together, their projects are getting well-deserved coverage in major outlets. It turns out, national media are as motivated to understand, demystify, and solve homelessness as we are!

Project Reports Are Up!

Hey everyone! We hope you noticed our new "Completed Projects" tab, which features your slide decks and all your names. We want to make sure all of you get credit for the amazing work you did this weekend.

Give BIG!

Today is the Seattle Foundation's Give BIG campaign! The Foundation will amplify gifts made today with its matching pool, and each hour, one donor will win a $1000 raffle ticket. It's a good day to make a difference!

Media Roundup

Thanks again to all our amazing participants for the inspiring work you did this weekend! We are working to get all the projects showcased on the home page, but in the meantime, we thought you would enjoy seeing a roundup of our media coverage. It's not all 100 percent accurate, but hey - together, we learned a lot about homelessness in Seattle, inspired people to take action, and...

Come See What We've Built

Hey everybody! Just wanted to let you know we have about 45 tickets still available for tonight's finale. Our teams have been working on some incredible stuff -- everything from an app for data collection about street homelessness to a social network for low-end mobile phones. We'll also have some delicious grub from Lovage and DRY. soda. Join us at 5:00 pm TONIGHT, Impact Hub Seattl...

Get Hacking!

We are excited to start working with our data and pitching in on projects with our partners! Follow us today on Twitter at @hack2end for live updates and photos.

Kickoff Day!

Tonight we kick off with ArtWalk in Pioneer Square. Thanks to DRY soda for donating beverages and to our amazing artists for loaning, curating, and helping to install their work! Come by to see exhibits by photojournalist Dan Lamont, Rex Holhbein of Facing Homelessness/Homeless in Seattle, and young photographers from the University Dis...

Hack to End Homelessness featured in GeekWire!

Read Taylor Soper's report, "Can Technology Solve Homelessness?" which features the Hack to End Homelessness team and other Seattle-area entrepreneurs, including from Impact Hub Seattle.