Brave and Code for Everyone partner to create a new way to support nonprofit organizations via Brave Rewards
Brave has partnered with “Minna no Code” (Code for Everyone), an educational nonprofit organization in Japan. Our partnership introduces new forms of support for NPOs using the next generation Brave browser and the Brave Rewards ecosystem.
Brave Software Inc. is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Code for Everyone, an educational non-profit organization in Japan.
Brave Software is the maker of Brave, an innovative web browser with privacy protection, and a blockchain-based advertising platform. Code for Everyone is a non-profit organization in Japan with a mission to make Japan the country where all children can enjoy programming. Code for Everyone provides programming materials for schools, case studies of programming education for teachers, and holds various events.
With this partnership, Brave will provide a referral program and a custom home page feature for Code for Everyone. Users who sympathize with their mission can easily support them by installing and using Brave from the organization’s special page, and by sending BAT Points through Brave Rewards on the organization’s web page or social networks.
Comment from Yuta Tonegawa, CEO of Code for Everyone
Comment from Brendan Eich
Brave is committed to creating a world where users are rewarded for their attention and where they can support their favorite creators and organizations. Brave reconnects users and creators in order to foster great content on the Web, and we’re excited to see Code for Everyone get the support they deserve from their fans using Brave Rewards.
About Brave Software
About Code for Everyone
Our mission is to make this country where all children enjoy programming. Code for Everyone is engaged in a wide range of activities, including providing Proguru, a programming teaching materials for schools, Procalli, a collection of practical programming education case studies for teachers, and hosting teachers conferences and computer science Juku for teachers engaged in programming education.
Code for Everyone (特定非営利活動法人みんなのコード)
President: Yuta Tonegawa
Established: July 2015
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