CLOZTALK Nonprofit Partners In the News! TechLit Africa, Breakthrough, and Project Rise

TechLit Africa founder in a news story

Nelly Cheboi – who was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for social impact, as well as a CNN Hero – is changing lives after constructing more than 10 computer labs in both public and private schools in Africa. In this TV interview in Kenya, Cheboi says her mother, childhood, and passion for computers inspired her to bring computer literacy to students via her nonprofit TechLit Africa.


TV news story involving Breakthrough

A recent study featured by ABC7 Chicago demonstrates how street outreach workers aiming to curb violence often face imminent danger themselves while on the job, essentially making them first responders on the scene. Our Nonprofit Partner Breakthrough is working to address the issues facing these dedicated professionals and helping to create workforce solutions in Chicago and other cities. Breakthrough's mission is to partner with people affected by poverty to build connections, develop skills, and open doors of opportunity.


Founder of nonprofit Project Rise

Voyage Michigan featured Project Rise founder Sierra Devoe. Project Rise promotes economic and social mobility for underemployed individuals and families by engaging them in their financial well-being and in the economic growth of their community. Through short-term financial relief and long-term financial skills programs, Project Rise seeks to bridge the gap between the working poor and their financial independence. Our team at CLOZTALK especially loves seeing the branded CLOZTALK tee in one of the article’s photos!


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