Random Hacks of Kindness is a weekend hackathon for social good happening at Princeton from 12/1 to 12/2. We bring together developers and visionaries, and NGOs and non-profits, for a weekend of solving local and global challenges.
RHoK Princeton is a part of RHoK's Global December Hackathon
, a unique opportunity for developers and visionaries from all over the world to implement ideas that benefit humanity.
Official registration is at the bottom of this page. Please also join our facebook event
, and share it with your friends!
The event will kick off on Saturday, December 1 with a reception at 2pm in Sherrerd Hall, Princeton University. There will be presentations from local non-profits who want to work with hackers to solve their technical problems.
Demos and closing ceremonies are on Saturday, December 2 at 3p. There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes for the most innovative and effective solutions.
For 24 hours, you will be working on solving a problem that faces humanity. You are welcome to bring your own ideas and solutions, or meet a team and solve one of the problems presented at the reception. RHoK Global has a bunch of problem statements available
and we will have more from local nonprofits who will be there in person to meet and work with you on solutions.