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React-Native Developer (Food Delivery Application)

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Comida For Familias, Inc.

  • 6 people are interested

About Us

Comida For Familia’s, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2019. Our mission is to develop and improve communities through the innovative use of technology with the knowledge and skills of trained individuals. We are motivated by the idea that technology can be utilized to bring people and communities together to solve humanities’ most basic needs. For more information, please visit our website.

About the position

The organization is accepting volunteers that wants to gain experience working on team projects that would benefit the public within the organization's purposes. This opportunity prefers experience front developers but may accept inexperienced developer if they are fast learners. Applications will be published on the organization's Apple and Android Developer account. Skills that will be improved are team communication, how well you adapt to different coding languages, and you understand front end and back-end code.

Do you have the ability to?

  • Write, modify and refactor mobile software development codes to improve performance and dependency on software applications.
  • Conduct code testing using frameworks, test cases accompanied by peer reviews.
  • Follow all stages of software lifecycle methodology and create design documents.

Best if you have

  • Knowledge of mobile development programming languages like React Native, Native and JavaScript.
  • Knowledge of automation test cases and testing tools like Selenium and Mocha.
  • Knowledge of APIs, Git, microservices, deployment pipelines and cloud apps.
  • Problem identification and solving skills.


  • Opportunity to learn and get experience working with the team.
  • Opportunity to develop new technical and soft skills under the supervision.

All volunteers joining us are provided with access to digital tools, services and transportation benefits according to their profiles and requirements. In doing so, we incur regular operational costs as we develop apps and services to support charitable and educational goals. Some of our key accomplishments include:·

Needy Delivery: This app rekindles the connect between those who love to share food, clothing and other essential commodities with needy communities. Click here, to know more:

Quinines: This is a food planning guide that presents recipes from all over the globe with calorie metrics and diet plans to make healthier choices. Click here, to check out:·

Online Fundraising Campaigns: This gives an opportunity to create public awareness campaigns with creative ideas that make a difference. It provides a wide range of domains like technology, community, education and training, event management, travel, and food distribution to choose from. If you want to start one, click here:·

Calorie Hack: This is a smart calorie tracker to monitor your daily requirements and help you achieve the health goals that you need.While this is just a glimpse, visit the ’Projects" section on our website to learn more about our public products and services. These initiatives include resource provision costs incurred in the following areas:
  • Licensing costs of our technology stack that includes wide range of development, analytics, graphics design, customer relationship management, reporting and communication tools.
  • Expenses involved in conducting awareness campaigns.
  • Providing developers with developer accounts to publish application.
  • Running and maintaining servers for all projects.
  • Travelling for hackathons (when applicable)
Volunteers who want to take a step further in supporting us as co-creators and establishing a stronger alliance with the organization, can visit What does it mean to be an Official Volunteer? Your contributions will be utilized to deliver and improve our digital products and services that benefit scientific, educational and charitable purposes in the society. Please connect at the correspondence mentioned below to make a contribution:Email:
Phone: 707716932

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About Comida For Familias, Inc.


131 Sunset Ave, Suite E, PMB 254, Suisun City, CA 94585, US

Mission Statement

A 509(a)(2), 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that guides volunteers to utilize their skills to accomplish charitable activities. The organization primarily focuses on utilizing these skills to leverage technology to benefit the public.


Comida For Familias, Inc. currently has community that is mainly made up of software engineers and designers that want to utilize their knowledge and expertise to develo technology for public benefit. Potential volunteers are suggested to go to our website project page ( to see projects that we plan to do, are currently working on, or have completed.
The organization also competes in hackathons and designathons to challenge volunteers and trainees to complete projects within the span of hours.

As a scientific research organization concerning food, we also encourage volunteers to post educational videos about exercise and nutrition to encourage a healthy lifestyle.

Computers & Technology


We'll work with your schedule.


320 Mclaughlin Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720Berkeley, CA 94720


  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Software Development




  • Must be at least 20
  • 50hr/year

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