We're building a website for Climate Hub with a dynamic asset map section.
Climate Hub is a new organization based out of UBC that aims to spread the word about what's being done to combat climate change.
Project Leads: Pritpal Chauhan & Viniel Kumar Team: Cody Gagnon, Lynn Zhang, Melissa Bernstein, Tiffany Wu, vtotient
Overdose Prevention Society
iOS & Android App
We're building a cross platform app to aid drug users in finding overdose prevention and other related sites.
The Overdose Prevention Society runs an overdose prevention site in the Downtown Eastside to provide a safe place for drug users.
Project Leads: Pritpal Chauhan & Viniel Kumar Team: Adil Imtiaz, Cody Gagnon, Daniel Ryu, Jason Fan, John Paul Francisco, Samson Keung, vtotient
Patients in Education
We built a new website for Patients in Education with focus on accessibility.
Patients in Education is an organization that partners real patients with medical students to give them the soft skills that are lacking in their medical education.
Project Leads: Pritpal Chauhan & Viniel Kumar Team: Alicia Yang, Kasidit Ouitayakul, Nick Zouev, Dara Nguyen
We built a web app for volunteers and administrators to keep track of their shift history and log their hours.
Sprouts is a student run grocery store operating out of UBC where they strive to provide local and organic foods in partnership with the UBC Farm.
Project Lead: Sumeet Grewal Team: Pritpal Chauhan, Viniel Kumar
Donation Tracking System
We built them a secure, online platform through which they can track all of their received donations. It provides a simple interface through which donors can register and the admins can track the details of donations. The system also provides tax receipts for donors.
reBOOT Canada, founded in 1995 and based in Toronto, refurbishes old computer equipment and distributes it to other non-profits and charities.
Project Lead: Tom Lee Team: Eric Yang, Gaurav Vasudev, GwangChul Kim, Joon Hur, Kaitian Xie, Madeline Yao, Omar, Yuchen Lin
The Code Initiative
We built a website for them to showcase their innovative programs.
The Code Initiative is a not-for-profit that provides coding workshops for youth on the autism spectrum.
Project Lead: Pritpal Chauhan Team: Vanessa Bayubaskoro
We built a website providing free education regarding abuse, harassment, divorce, personal and professional development training, and information on resources available for immigrant women.
Chingari is an organization dedicated to helping immigrant women escape abuse by understanding their rights.
Project Lead: Ben Chugg Team: Eric Mikulin, Jimmy Lin, Jordan
Stanley Park Ecology Society
Automatic Event Uploader
We built an automatic event uploader for the Stanley Park Ecology Society.
Stanley Park Ecology Society promotes awareness of and respect for the natural world and plays a leadership role in the stewardship of Stanley Park through collaborative initiatives in education, research and conservation.
Project Lead: Ahmed Abdelmoneim Team: Karim Eldegwy, Nadeem
We helped Big Brothers optimize their placement of clothing donation bins across the Lower Mainland by aggregating and visualizing information from different sources.
Sixty percent of the funding for Big Brothers Vancouver comes from clothing donations. They sell the donations to Value Village to make a profit and need to place their donation bins strategically across the lower mainland. The goal of this project was to help Big Brothers with their problem by building a web application that will pull donation bin locations from many different sources and put them all on one nice map so they can see where they should place theirs.
Project Lead: Marshall McDougall Team: Anthony, Daniel, Jon
Vancouver Cantata Singers
We built a website to help the VCS improve their outreach so they can continue to showcase incredible music in Vancouver.
The Vancouver Cantata Singers (VCS) is a non-profit working in the arts and culture space. Founded in 1957, they are a premier, award winning ensemble. They often fundraise for events like the Spinal Chord Gala.
Free The Children UBC
We built FTC UBC a website to help them be more productive in creating change on campus.
Free the Children at UBC is a club on campus who is committed to helping eradicate poverty through a sustainable, five pillar system. Their parent organization, Free the Children, has made huge contributions to breaking the cycle of poverty with their programs. The club wanted a website which kept track of their members, events, fundraisers, and documents all in one place.
Team: Ben Chugg
Verna J Kirkness Program
We developed a database to help the program easily access and visualize all of their data.
The Verna J Kirkness program promotes the STEM fields among indigenous youth. Once a year, the program partners with post-secondary institutions to pair high school aged indigenous students with graduate students from across different scientific disciplines. The students spend a week performing experiments, asking questions, and learning about the scientific process.
Team: Angad Kalra, Ben Chugg, Tom Lee
BC Society for the Male Survivors of Sexual Assault
Data Intake and Analysis
We developed a database for the data collected by the organization. They needed to use the data to carry out independent research on the statistics of sexual assaults across BC, so the site also enabled basic data analysis and visualization.
The BCMSSA provides support and treatment for males who are victims of sexual abuse.
Project Lead: Ben Chugg Team: Alexander Booth, Soo Kim, Sophia Nguyen, Xiaoxin