Are you interested in taking online donations, but not sure where to start? This can be a very confusing process, with many options and it’s not easy to determine what the best solution is for your nonprofit or library. Attend this free webinar and learn about the different ways that you can raise money online and the tools to make it safe for your donors.
We will talk about ways to take donations, learn about related products that TechSoup offers, specifically Comodo, and hear about organizations using those tools.
This webinar is ideal for decision makers, development directors, website managers, or anyone interested in learning more about taking online donations.
Vodacom is hosting three challenges to support people who are using mobile technology to solve problems dealing with education, health, or community information that are deployable in South Africa. Their hope is to find projects that can demonstrate value for users, ease of use and deployment, scalablability, sustainability, and innovation. The winning teams will receive R20,000 ($2,646) and the winner with the most promise will receive an additional R20,000.
Many of us in the NPTech and 4Change communities have ideas that can spark real social change. We see problems and envision solutions, but we also see the need to collaborate on these solutions as we realize them. That's where Change Connections comes in.
The May Net2 Think Tank hopes to expand online giving to a broader focus than simply online fundraising. Through the wonders of new technology, the process of donating money has become simple. From text-by-mobile to the use of personal giving pages like JustGiving, it takes just seconds for money to be transferred from donor to cause. But, what can organizations do to make contributions of time, talent, and skills just as easy?
The virtual world of Second Life is a platform that is a 24/7 always-on online community where the world’s content is entirely user-generated. It’s a 3-D immersive space that is used by a global audience to build experiences, offer trainings, connect with friends and collaborate with colleagues. It’s an exciting medium that is becoming more ubiquitous and TechSoup’s Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is the community to teach Nonprofits and NGOs how to collaborate and get acquainted with working to raise funds, augment your communications and procure volunteers in this cutting-edge environment.
WiserEarth.org, a nonprofit that offers social networking for the international sustainability movement, launched today in French, Portuguese and Spanish beta versions. This effort was realized thanks to more than 10 months of work by a team of 43 volunteer translators based in Brazil, France, Mexico and the US.
Looking for a way for your community members to contribute information to an online collective database? Why not consider a wiki? A wiki is a website that allows multiple contributors to easily add, edit, and contribute content, images, web links, and more. Wikis are specifically designed for collaborative editing and are used as public websites, for personal note taking, in corporate intranets, and for knowledge management systems.
Innovation in the world of mobile applications has been moving at lightning speed, and fortunately for us, there are many passionate people building apps that are working solely to help promote social good or to help vulnerable people in some way.The April Net2 Think Tank asked for examples of mobile applications that successfully use technology for social good. This post should serve as a summary of the responses we received.