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As part of the drive to give, and in the spirit of 10 Years of Stack Giving Back, I will also be creating a contest in contest here.

Make your vote count!

By the end of this contest, whatever the end score of this answer is, I will donate the dollar amount of the score to the Electronic Frontier FoundationElectronic Frontier Foundation.


The contest has ended, and the total stands at 10, which is a little low, so I will just do 25. Here is the receipt:

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This has to be one of my favorite MSE events thus far.

Every year I donate to a set of charities, and then to one select place with a larger amount. For 2018 it was a local City College's Computer Science Department.

The money went towards three categories: scholarships for women, entry into the ACM-IPC International Collegiate Programming Contest, and sponsorship for a female student to travel to a conference.

However, that was prior to this contest so I figured I would choose some non profits to donate to as well for this specific event. The pictures below are from the receipts. Each link will take you to a donate page for the respective non profit as well if you too were interested in donating.

As part of the drive to give, and in the spirit of 10 Years of Stack Giving Back, I will also be creating a contest in contest here.

Make your vote count!

By the end of this contest, whatever the end score of this answer is, I will donate the dollar amount of the score to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.


This has to be one of my favorite MSE events thus far.

Every year I donate to a set of charities, and then to one select place with a larger amount. For 2018 it was a local City College's Computer Science Department.

The money went towards three categories: scholarships for women, entry into the ACM-IPC International Collegiate Programming Contest, and sponsorship for a female student to travel to a conference.

However, that was prior to this contest so I figured I would choose some non profits to donate to as well for this specific event. The pictures below are from the receipts. Each link will take you to a donate page for the respective non profit as well if you too were interested in donating.

As part of the drive to give, and in the spirit of 10 Years of Stack Giving Back, I will also be creating a contest in contest here.

Make your vote count!

By the end of this contest, whatever the end score of this answer is, I will donate the dollar amount of the score to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.


The contest has ended, and the total stands at 10, which is a little low, so I will just do 25. Here is the receipt:

enter image description here


This has to be one of my favorite MSE events thus far.

Every year I donate to a set of charities, and then to one select place with a larger amount. For 2018 it was a local City College's Computer Science Department.

The money went towards three categories: scholarships for women, entry into the ACM-IPC International Collegiate Programming Contest, and sponsorship for a female student to travel to a conference.

However, that was prior to this contest so I figured I would choose some non profits to donate to as well for this specific event. The pictures below are from the receipts. Each link will take you to a donate page for the respective non profit as well if you too were interested in donating.

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As part of the drive to give, and in the spirit of 10 Years of Stack Giving Back, I will also be creating a contest in contest here.

Make your vote count!

By the end of this contest, whatever the end score of this answer is, I will donate the dollar amount of the score to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.


This has to be one of my favorite MSE events thus far.

Every year I donate to a set of charities, and then to one select place with a larger amount. For 2018 it was a local City College's Computer Science Department.

The money went towards three categories: scholarships for women, entry into the ACM-IPC International Collegiate Programming Contest, and sponsorship for a female student to travel to a conference.

However, that was prior to this contest so I figured I would choose some non profits to donate to as well for this specific event. The pictures below are from the receipts. Each link will take you to a donate page for the respective non profit as well if you too were interested in donating.

This has to be one of my favorite MSE events thus far.

Every year I donate to a set of charities, and then to one select place with a larger amount. For 2018 it was a local City College's Computer Science Department.

The money went towards three categories: scholarships for women, entry into the ACM-IPC International Collegiate Programming Contest, and sponsorship for a female student to travel to a conference.

However, that was prior to this contest so I figured I would choose some non profits to donate to as well for this specific event. The pictures below are from the receipts. Each link will take you to a donate page for the respective non profit as well if you too were interested in donating.

As part of the drive to give, and in the spirit of 10 Years of Stack Giving Back, I will also be creating a contest in contest here.

Make your vote count!

By the end of this contest, whatever the end score of this answer is, I will donate the dollar amount of the score to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.


This has to be one of my favorite MSE events thus far.

Every year I donate to a set of charities, and then to one select place with a larger amount. For 2018 it was a local City College's Computer Science Department.

The money went towards three categories: scholarships for women, entry into the ACM-IPC International Collegiate Programming Contest, and sponsorship for a female student to travel to a conference.

However, that was prior to this contest so I figured I would choose some non profits to donate to as well for this specific event. The pictures below are from the receipts. Each link will take you to a donate page for the respective non profit as well if you too were interested in donating.

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This has to be one of my favorite MSE events thus far.

Every year I donate to a set of charities, and then to one select place with a larger amount. For 2018 it was a local City College's Computer Science Department.

The money went towards three categories: scholarships for women, entry into the ACM-IPC International Collegiate Programming Contest, and sponsorship for a female student to travel to a conference.

However, that was prior to this contest so I figured I would choose some non profits to donate to as well for this specific event. The pictures below are from the receipts. Each link will take you to a donate page for the respective non profit as well if you too were interested in donating.