technology for non-profits

Deb Wisniewski
03/16/11 03:28:36PM
@deb-wisniewski

There are a couple of websites/programs you all might want to know about if you work for a non-profit:

TechSoup- TechSoup Global is one of the most comprehensive technology resources for NGOs in the world. Working with corporate donors, including Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, and Symantec, TechSoup provides nongovernmental organizations, nonprofits, libraries, and community-based organizations with the latest professional hardware, software, and services they need. These information and communication technology (ICT) donations are available alongside educational content, such as articles, webinars, and nptech community forums. As of June 2010, TechSoup Global has served more than 127,000 organizations, distributed more than 6.3 million technology donations, and enabled nonprofit recipients to save more than US$1.8 billion in IT expenses in 33 countries around the world.

Google for Non-profits- Apply for the Google for Nonprofits program and get access to exclusive products and resources to help your organization expand its impact...The Google for Nonprofits program provides qualified nonprofits with products and resources to expand the impact of their organization. In addition to the numerousfree productsGoogle provides to all users, as a qualified Google Nonprofit, your organization will be approved to enroll in our exclusive nonprofit product programs