Civic Technology

Projects that create new capabilities in our community, like Sunshine Request, the Reentry Hub, or the Beloved Computer Lab.

Data for Policy Advocacy

Projects that help the community use data to more effectively advocate for positive change, such as the work on racial disparities in traffic stops or homeless interactions with law enforcement.

Bringing People Together

Events and activities that forge new connections within our communities, such as ReRoute AVL, Open Data Day and our collaboration with UniteWNC.



The NC Reentry Resources Hub project is a website providing high-quality information and resources relevant and valuable to NC citizens
"We're not going to solve this counry's problems in San Francisco, and we're not going to solve them in DC."
On Tuesday, June 27th, the BeLoved Computer Lab officially opened! We had four clients, with questions as diverse as "How
Last week Jen Pahlka, founder and Executive Director of Code for America, attended the American Technology Council meeting at the
The June 8 Community Night kicked off with a demo of the MIT App Inventor platform that our presenter, Kathryn Bradley, uses to
Dear Code for Asheville friends, First, we have an announcement. Co-captain Jesse Michel, who has helped to lead the brigade
By Jim March I have stepped into the breach, and patience is a virtue. My first couple visits to the
Core team member & former co-captain Patrick Conant has been working with Ian Mance, an attorney at the Southern Coalition
The goal for the evening was to learn about Asheville's efforts to end homelessness in our community and to identify ways
A quick update for everyone on our plans for 2017. At our March 14 planning meeting we identified three key priorities: