Plank’s Pro Bono Hack Sprint

Now accepting applications

Here at Plank, we want to help make the web - and the world - a better place. We think it’s important to carve aside some of our time each year for pro-bono work.

This is a call for non-profit organizations of all stripes - arts, culture, health, social justice, journalism - to submit your digital challenges and let our team of experts work on solving them.

What's a Hack Sprint?

We'll assign part of our team to work on your submission over a two-week period. This is an opportunity to test out a new idea or improve on what you have. Depending on the idea, we might come up with a wireframe, a prototype, a proof of concept, or a finished product. You can read more about the kinds of pro-bono work we've done before.

What kinds of projects are we looking for?

You tell us! No, really. We’re keeping the criteria very loose because we want a broad range of submissions. We’re looking for ideas that would challenge us, or that would make a meaningful impact on an interesting organization.

Heck, we’d even consider dispensing with the non-profit criteria if your idea is basically altruistic.

Submissions close September 1st.

Use the contact button to submit your idea. We'll get back to you if we need more information.

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