Girls Into Coding (GIC) is a social enterprise co-founded in 2018 by Avye, a now 14-year-old multi Tech award winner, and her mother Helene. GIC engages girls, 10 to 14, by providing free hands-on opportunities in coding, robotics, physical computing, and 3D printing/design – developing their confidence & sense of belonging in tech settings & a belief in their abilities to embark upon becoming the tech leaders of the future.
Watch their 75 Stories feature below to find out more about this incredible mother and daughter duo, and see what they set out to achieve in the future. We’re delighted to have Girls Into Coding (GIC) join us as a community group member on Wimblecomm, and will continue to spread the word about the many opportunities that they provide for girls in Merton and beyond. Click here to get in touch with them directly.