Coding For Causes empowers high-impact missions—with over $100,000 awarded since 2017 and over 300K people impacted (as measured by Google)—helping alleviate food insecurity and inequity on a city-wide scale and in alignment with UN SDGs.
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia
Brand refresh and website redesign help grow membership, awareness where we donated $10,000 in-kind discount during 2019.Case study
Public Interest Law Center
Rebranding and redesigning for maximum impact: an online resource ecosystem that equips communities to literally grow where we donated $17,500 in-kind during 2018 and 2019.Case study
Women in Nontraditional Careers Project
New microsite design and enhanced UX moves the needle for women in nontraditional careers where we donated an estimated $2,000 in-kind during 2019, and another $1,500 slated for 2020.Case Study
Digital development transformed Philadelphia Works’ website into a multi-award winning platform where we donated an estimated $16,000 in-kind during 2018 and 2019.Case study
Philly Food Finder
Provided technical migration assistance and donated hosting during Dec 2018 through to 2020 for over $1,000 in-kind to the Mayor's Office of Sustainability / Food Advisory Policy Council.Case study
New website development for a public-private apprenticeship initiative in Philadelphia with our partners at Jarvus Innovations with an estimated $1,500 in-kind discount in 2018.Case study
2021 Key Medium grant for nonprofit organizations.
As of May 2020, we are not accepting grant applications as we have awarded over $25K of in-kind services and through cash donations to select organizations supporting the frontline and beyond – but you can still feel free to get in touch if you need any capacity-building support services. Stay tuned for when we open the program back up in 2021 for a new grant cycle.
A word from Key Medium's Founder.
Key Medium was created in 2014—with the idea of leveraging modern technology to help businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies better connect with their clientele, donors, and constituents. Not long after in 2017 we formalized Coding For Causes and took more of a focus on purpose-driven work. Now, one of the main goals of Coding For Causes and Key Medium is to create solutions and impactful experiences that lead to real, positive change that lasts. After all, every project we undertake is a demonstration of our ability to generate world-class work and maximize impact—together with our clients and their stakeholders—as partners.
What real people are saying about Coding for Causes.
As a beneficiary of Key Medium's Coding For Causes initiative, my educational nonprofit received a dynamic, premium website build from Ali and his talented team of experts. They worked with us to develop a content strategy and created a professional, responsive site that launched just weeks before Covid struck and was critical in allowing us to continue serving students remotely. By equipping our team with a communications platform that is user-friendly, interactive, and easily editable, Key Medium solved our prior website administration issues, provided us with a strong online presence, and allowed us to focus on our core mission.
Ali and the team at Key Medium have been fantastic to work with. Through the Coding for Causes grant, they launched a much more user-friendly and engaging website for my organization. I appreciate that they made their expertise accessible to us as a small nonprofit. They are very easy to engage with, answering our questions and responding to our requests and ideas in a very timely manner. The value Key Medium brought to our website upgrade project exceeded my expectations. I encourage you to check out the award-winning website at bicyclecoalition.org to see a sample of their work!
Key Medium did an excellent job on a long (6+ months) and complex (complete restructuring and developing a new concept for the website by taking into account stakeholder feedback) website design project for us. They were totally on-board with our programmatic goals for the new website and thought very creatively about how to use good design to meet them, and they went above and beyond to find new ideas, learn about our programming, and put the time in to make the project a complete success.