Help us build government for the people, by the people, for the 21st century.

Code for America is helping cities work better for everyone -- and we’re enlisting the people and power of the web to do it.

We bring local governments and the technology community together to tackle pressing civic problems in areas like criminal justice, citizen engagement, hunger. New tools are lowering costs and improving lives -- and we’re transforming the way citizens and governments interact.

Code for America's Federal Tax ID (EIN) number is 27-1067272. Our 990s and fiscal year audited financials are available, below. If you have questions about our financial information, please contact Code for America directly at

Make a Gift to Code for America

By donating to CfA, you're supporting the Fellows who give a year of their lives to this cause and the volunteers in our Brigades who have rolled up their sleeves to help City Hall. And you're investing in the future of our country by making your government more open, efficient, and responsive.

Whether it’s $20 or $2,000, every contribution is meaningful. If you would like to discuss a major gift, please contact Greg Kerwin at gregk[at]

Foundation and Corporate Grants

Each year, Code for America sets a new set of strategic priorities to further our work in the civic space. We rely on partnerships with foundations to financially support our programs, help us take on new projects that benefit cities and communities across the country, and chart the next course for civic innovation. Please contact Jessica Silverman at jsilverman[at] to learn more.

If your corporate philanthropy or CSR program is interested in make a donation to support Code for America, please contact Jennifer Childs at jchilds[at]

Sponsor Events to Reach the Network

Code for America events are an opportunity to connect with leading civic-minded technologists and forward-thinking public officials across the country. In addition to our annual Summit each fall, we have other regional events throughout the year. Please contact Jennifer Childs at jchilds[at] to discuss.

Read about sponsorship opportunities at the 2015 CfA Summit as an example.

If you're interested in sponsoring hack nights or hackathons in a particular city, contact the local Brigade Captain. A directory of Brigade chapters can be found here.

Financial Information

Below you’ll find links to our commonly requested financial documents.

Form 990 is an IRS form which provides the public with financial information about nonprofits.

Audited Financial Statements are our financials, which have been reviewed by an independent auditor.

For more information about our financial statements, please contact Jessica Silverman at jsilverman[at]

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