Zynga donates $100,000 to Girls Who Code on International Women’s Day

Zynga Girls Who Code

Zynga is showing its support for Girls Who Code with a $100,000 donation to mark International Women’s Day.

Girls Who Code is an international non-profit dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. The organization has reached more than 300,000 girls in the US, Canada, UK, and India. 50 percent of girls served are Black, Latinx, or from low-income backgrounds. The non-profit now has more than 80,000 college-aged alumni majoring in Computer Science and related fields.

“Zynga is honored to team up with Girls Who Code to help forge a more inclusive industry in tech and games by expanding opportunities for girls and women across the globe,” said Phuong Phillips, Chief Legal Officer at Zynga.

Zynga is the publisher of Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells, Words with Friends 2, and a number of other popular mobile games. You can learn more about Girls Who Code and donate at girlswhocode.com.

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