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Code Ninjas Cares Aims to Support Kids’ Futures in Tech

Code Ninjas Cares Aims to Support Kids’ Futures in Tech

Code Ninjas®, the world’s largest and fastest-growing kids coding franchise, has established Code Ninjas Cares, a nonprofit designed to help kids of every background have access to learn coding skills and begin preparing for a future in tech.

Code Ninjas believes there is nothing that changes the way people think more than learning how to code. Coding is a skill that will not only help put kids on the right path toward a future in technology, but one that builds their interest in becoming the creators of technology, rather than just consumers of it.

A donation of $150 will allow a student who may otherwise not have access to educational resources to learn to code for one full year. Code Ninjas Cares also partners with AmazonSmile, Kroger’s Community Rewards, and the Good Neighbor Program with Randalls and Tom Thumb grocery stores to collect donations. To donate to Code Ninjas Cares, or to nominate a deserving child to receive a Code Ninjas Cares scholarship, visit

Code Ninjas is dedicated to shaping the problem solvers of tomorrow, and has the largest network of schools in the U.S. that gives students aged 7-18 easy access to the resources and assistance that they need to learn to code.

Code Ninjas has two schools in the Las Vegas area, including locations in Centennial Hills and Summerlin. For more information, or to find the nearest Code Ninjas location, please visit

About Code Ninjas:

Founded in 2016, Code Ninjas® is the world’s largest and fastest-growing kids coding franchise, with more than 200 locations open across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. At Code Ninjas centers, kids learn to code while building their own video games. They gain problem solving, critical thinking, and STEM skills in a fun, safe, and inspiring environment. Kids have fun, parents see results. For more information, visit