Today, Benetech founder and social entrepreneur, Jim Fruchterman, announced the launch of Tech Matters, a new technology nonprofit that supports innovators addressing some of the most pressing social sector needs, leveraging technology to enable systems change.
Here’s how Benetech is supporting our users and communities with software for social good as they work to address COVID-19.
Bookshare was named a Zero Project 2020 Innovative Practice in inclusive education. Watch the video to see Bookshare honored at the award ceremony.
Experts from Benetech, Intel, Arizona State University and Numina shared ways to apply technology to protect human rights.
Benetech serves as a bridge between Silicon Valley and the social sector. As host of the DAISY consortium’s fall board meeting, we brought together accessibility experts and representatives from big tech to promote innovation that benefits all.