Creating professional event posters, annual reports and blog images are easy when you have the right talent and the right tools (ie. Adobe Photoshop), but what if your nonprofit is not equipped with them? No problem!
Do you plan conferences, fundraising events, workshops, or other program events at your nonprofit? Do you also have 1,000 other things on your plate?
For this session of Toronto Net Tuesday, Fanny Martin, an experienced event planner at Art of Festivals, and Ben Raffi, the CEO of Uniiverse, looked at how technology can improve your event and reduce your stress.
I want to thank you for joining us yesterday for "Sharing Data and Open Data for Nonprofit Organizations - Beginners Workshop"! I hope you enjoyed the workshop, and for your reference, here are a list of the resources discussed during last night's event:
You heard about cloud computing, about how effective it is and efficient it is, but you’re not sure how to actually implement it into your work life. Well, you’re in luck! The team at TechSoup Canada shared how we integrated cloud computing, specifically Google Apps for Nonprofits, into our daily work and how it has changed our operations.
To help your nonprofit get started with digital storytelling, TechSoup Canada invited Kate Hodgson of iKommunications and Chris DePaul of the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) to share their storytelling strategies and techniques that drive impact.