Investment sought by CoderDojo Foundation aims to reach more children

The CoderDojo Foundation is seeking investment to back its ambitions to reach more children globally.

17th August, 2014
Ethan Whelan, 9, from Lucan, and Ryan Sheridan, 10, from Finglas were at the CoderDojo Coolest Projects Award in Dublin City University Picture:Conor McCabe

The CoderDojo Foundation is seeking investment to back its ambitions to reach more children globally.

“We want money,” said Mary Moloney, the new chief executive of the fast-growing non-profit organisation that – as of last week – supported free Saturday classes in coding and game development for some 30,000 children between seven and 17 in close to 50 countries across the world.

Moloney estimates that the organisation needs around €500,000 next year and €750,000 the year...

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