Breaking Georgia's Cycle of Poverty
Teach Women To Code
Providing women a chance to code so that they can learn the right skills to seek employment after prison.
Secure Their Future
With skills in coding, now women can lift themselves from poverty and provide for their loved ones.
Tools To Succeed
Giving women in Georgia’s prisons the right tools and resources to succeed after serving their time.
By granting women a future in the workplace, we reduce the risk of a convicted criminal to reoffend.
Help Support Us
Donations pay for program expansion into juvenile facilities, wrap around services as the women exit from prison and scholarships for Guards within the prison facilities. They also pay for volunteer training, tech upgrades and office space too. Donations also keep our lights on, phones working, our printers full of toner and our staff paid a living wage. We use funds diligently – we take pride in getting it right the first time.
We are an organization created by women, run by women and developed by women. Join in, code out!
Hannah has a BA in religion from Bryn Athyn College and an M.Div from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA…
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Code/Out is a non-profit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of recidivism and generational poverty for the women in Georgia’s prison system