The Hack Foundation

The Hack Foundation (EIN: 81-2908499) was founded in 2016 to serve as the legal entity for Hack Club, a nonprofit network of high schoolers creating the coding education they wish they could have.

In 2018, The Hack Foundation expanded to act as a nonprofit fiscal sponsor for Hack Clubs, hackathons, community organizations, and other for-good projects.

Today, hundreds of diverse groups ranging from a small town newspaper in Vermont to the largest high-school hackathon in Pennsylvania are fiscally sponsored by The Hack Foundation. Partnered organizations receive the benefits of 501(c)(3) nonprofit status, administrative and backoffice support, financial oversight, and transparency tools.

If you would like to learn more about partnering with The Hack Foundation for your organization, please see here.

The Hack Foundation and all its software have been built over the years by teenagers at Hack Club. Today's supporters include Elon Musk, Vitalik Buterin, Google.org, among many others and hundreds of individual supporters.

As it grows, the Hack Foundation is exploring ways in which it can be responsible, as part of this we have recently made our entire finances 100% transparent.

Our Board

Zach LattaChristina AsquithTom Preston-WernerQuinn Slack

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Hacking onboard The Hacker Zephyr
Chea Evans, the Editor of the Charlotte Bridge
Team selfie at Windy City Hacks!
The Innovation Circuit squad doing some late night bug fixing
Hacker at Hack Camp 2020
Hackers hanging out at MAHacks 2019
Hack Club leaders helping one another at Flagship
Frontline workers receiving notes for support
Hack Clubbers at SpaceX after the Hacker Zephyr
Hack Club AMA with Elon Musk
Hacker at Hack Pennsylvania 2019
Hack Club meetup in Kerala
Delivering laptops to hackers in rural India
Winner of the Hacker Games 2021
The first Hack Camp in SF
An ExecuteBig event, a nonprofit that began on Bank