The Des Moines coding education nonprofit Pi515 received more than $62,000 in corporate grants and donations in the last year, the group announced this week. Pi515 received $22,000 from AT&T toward operations, a $30,000 grant from Coca-Cola and $10,000 in student scholarships from Dwolla’s 2019 Monetery Tech Summit. Through the Coca-Cola grant, Pi515 hired 14 high school students at $15 per hour to teach Pi515 tech curriculum in three Des Moines middle schools. Pi515 is a nonprofit organization that teaches underserved and refugee students computer programming, coding and STEM skills in Des Moines.