As a pan-European sponsor of CoderDojo, we helped scale more than 60 new CoderDojo clubs in Europe, reaching more than 2,000 young people in 2014. CoderDojo is a global movement of free coding clubs, where children between the age of 7 and 17 learn the powerful skills of coding in a safe, social and creative environment. Among our CoderDojo events, we sponsored a special EU Parliament CoderDojo, involving young coders from across Europe’s CoderDojo community, teaching MEPs to write their first line of HTML code. One of the challenges CoderDojo faces is finding technical volunteers. Therefore, to raise awareness and further scale the global CoderDojo movement, we created a communications campaign with the theme ‘Kids who can code have superpowers’. The campaign aims to increase the number of volunteers available to start new CoderDojos across Europe.