Built In: How 100 Tech Companies Are Supporting Their Communities

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In a world where lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders restrict physical movement, digital technology is filling the void to keep households connected, supplied, entertained and informed. 

But amid the increased demand for digital products and services — and the logistical challenges associated with a massive work-from-home transition — many tech companies have not forgotten those who are struggling right now. We asked leaders at 100 startups and larger tech companies across the United States to describe how they’re giving back to their local communities during this uncertain season, and the responses offer a fine example of our industry’s wealth of ingenuity. 

View full article in Built In.

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