We inspire women to fall in love with programming.

Django Girls organize free Python and Django workshops, create open sourced online tutorials and curate amazing first experiences with technology.

What is Django Girls?

Django Girls is a non-profit organization and a community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support. We are a volunteer run organization with hundreds of people contributing to bring more amazing women into the world of technology. We are making technology more approachable by creating resources designed with empathy.

During each of our events, 30-60 women build their first web application using HTML, CSS, Python and Django.

Django Girls impact

Since 2014, an army of 496 volunteers in the Django Girls community organized 249 events. We've been to 177 cities in 64 countries (see them all on a map).

A total of 5955 incredible women attended events organized by members of our community.

Read our Annual Report to learn about the impact we make »

Bring Django Girls to your city!

Is there no Django Girls event in your city? You can help make it happen!

We open sourced the Organizer Manual that provides you with all information required to organize Django Girls workshop. By volunteering to organize, you're joining a vibrant and supportive community of 496 organizers all over the world!

Apply to organize a workshop

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Badass Django Ladies

Each week we try to introduce one badass lady who use Python or Django and highlight her work:

Read all Django Stories »

Latest from our blog

My experience organising django girls Ogbomoso on 7th May, 2016

This blog post was written by Opetunde Adepoju. Thank you Opetunde!❤️“It always seems impossible until it is done.“ —Nelson Mandela The quote above summarises my ... Read all »

Welcome to our new Global Sponsor: MicroPyramid 💕

Woohoo! We have a new Global Sponsor: Micropyramid ✨MicroPyramid (Micropyramid Informatics Pvt. Ltd) is an Indian company who specializes in developing Django based web apps. ... Read all »

PyCon 2016: Reflecting on My First Programming Conference

This blog post was written by Mallory Hancock and was first published on her blog. Thank you Mallory!❤️The first time I heard about PyCon was ... Read all »

Support our work

Django Girls is a volunteer run organization, and we depend on your support to make it happen.

$1246 of $1500 monthly goal pledged

83%
Make a recurring donation on Patreon

You can also send us a one time donation with Paypal Giving Funds. If you would like to discuss a bigger partnership, please get in touch.

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Buy a t-shirt!

Help us spread the word about Django Girls while supporting us!

We now have three awesome designs for fitted and straight-cut t-shirts: "This is What a Programmer Looks Like", "Code like a Girl" and Django Girls logo.

All proceeds will go to two new projects:

  • Django Girls Summit: a two day unconference where organizers could meet and share their experiences about Django Girls workshops.
  • Django Girls Organizer Starter Kit: a swag boxes for organizers full of stickers, buttons and tattoos!

Get your t-shirt today!

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Those incredible companies made a pledge to diversity and are actively helping us to change the ratio in the tech industry.
If you wish to join them, support us on Patreon or drop us a line.