Discovering tech-driven solutions to support girls and women around the world.

CHALLENGES:

#CHIMEHACK teams will organize around each of the below challenges. Within each challenge category, a $10,000 sponsored prize will be awarded to the winning solution. Winning solutions will be selected by a panel of judges, which will be announced prior-to the hackathon. 
 

CHIME FOR CHANGE 

  • Challenge: Create a mobile application to convene, unite and strengthen the voices speaking out on behalf of girls and women around the world More info...
  • Sponsor: Gucci
  • Learn more about CHIME FOR CHANGE: www.chimeforchange.org

UN Women 

  • Challenge: Configurable platform for women and girls to assess and enhance their career skills about a specific area such as programming, finance etc. More info...
  • Sponsor: Chegg
  • Learn more about UN Women: www.unwomen.org

UNICEF

  • Challenge: Mobile app for young kids and their parents that allows for digital payments and gamified engagement as they Trick or Treat for UNICEF More info...
  • Sponsor: Jawbone
  • Learn more about UNICEF: www.unicef.org

Vital Voices

  • Challenge: An application that tracks the impact of individual women leaders that can be shared with a larger global network and inspire the world around them More info...
  • Sponsor: Hearst Magazines
  • Learn more about Vital Voices: www.vitalvoices.org

Riders for Health 

  • Challenge: Mapping application for last mile health delivery for remote “off the beaten path” villages to record and share accurate directions More info...
  • Sponsor: The Skoll Foundation 
  • Learn more about Riders for Health: www.riders.org/

View full rules

Eligibility

Teams must be a maximum of 5 team members.

Teams must be present to pitch to our judges and receive their prize at the awards ceremony.

Requirements

We're looking specifically for mobile applications to meet the needs of our NGO partners.

Judges

Megan Quinn

Megan Quinn
Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Michele Titolo

Michele Titolo
Tech Lead, Women Who Code

Debbie Sterling

Debbie Sterling
CEO, GoldieBlox

Alexia Tsotsis

Alexia Tsotsis
Co-Editor, TechCrunch

Susan Wojcicki

Susan Wojcicki
SVP, Ads and Commerce, Google

Andrew (Boz) Bosworth

Andrew (Boz) Bosworth
VP, Ads Facebook

Andy Chen

Andy Chen
Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Ohad Eder-Pressman

Ohad Eder-Pressman
Head of Mobile, Chegg

Sara Haider

Sara Haider
Staff Software Engineer, Twitter

Renee Kaplan

Renee Kaplan
Chief Strategy Officer, Skoll Foundation

Aza Raskin

Aza Raskin
VP, Jawbone

Traina Trevor

Traina Trevor
Tech Entrepreneur & Investor, IfOnly/Traina Interactive

Judging Criteria

  • Design
  • Fulfills the challenge
  • Potential for impact

How to enter

Simply create a team profile on ChallengePost for your team to be eligible for judging.