Capital One's Gift the Code hackathon saw over two hundred Toronto developers join together for a 48-hour hackathon - but instead of competing for a top prize, these 34 teams were competing to build the best solutions for Canadian charities.
Charities and non-profit organizations have long relied on creative marketing to bring their causes to light, but VR's strong ability to cause empathy presents new opportunities to tug at the heartstrings of potential donors. At VRTO 2017, the Virtual Reality Toronto Convention, digital agency Primacy debuted GivLuv, their new platform to connect causes to the [...]
Last year I had the pleasure of walking in a charity fashion show featuring fashions from around the world. Many cultures were represented and the proceeds went to various charities around the world - guests chose which charities to send their entrance donations to. Below are the four looks I wore that night: A kimono [...]