Microsoft and TechSoup are excited to announce the 2011 Technology for Good Contest for nonprofits and public libraries in Washington State. Share how you’re using Microsoft software to engage your stakeholders and make a difference in your community, and you could ring in the New Year with some great prizes. Submissions open Monday, December 20, 2010, so start preparing your entry today! Learn more about the contest and how to participate below.
It's December and that means a new year will soon be upon us! As we head into 2011, let's take a moment to reflect on the big accomplishments from 2010! When you look back at the world of innovation and social benefit this year, what are the key things that come to mind? Share your reflections with the NetSquared Community!
Share your favorite NPTech content, innovations, events, and ideas from 2010! What was your most popular content from the last year? What new tool could you not live without? Do you have a favorite post or a defining theme that dominated 2010?
The NetSquared team reads and shares lots of different blog posts, articles, reports, and surveys within our team. We have a lot of fun sharing within the team and it occurred to us that we should start sharing them with you, too! Net2 Recommends is a monthly series of news and blog posts from around the web that we found interesting or inspiring, mind-bending or opinion-changing, fun or just plain weird.
Grants can support the changing needs in your community while your budget is flat or shrinking and provide many benefits (in addition to funding!). Wish you knew more about applying for grants? Does it seem overwhelming and you wonder how to get started? This webinar will be easy to understand, motivating, and full of valuable tips.
We recently announced the 5 Winners for the FACT Social Justice Challenge and we are thrilled at the caliber and impact of all the Projects. As such, we want to give you a closer look at these collaborative technology Projects and the people behind them. Each Monday in the month of November, we posted an interview from one of the Winning Projects using the fact interviews tag.
Are you looking for a database, but not sure which one is right? Or do you wish your current database allowed you to track donations, volunteers, emails, and events? CiviCRM may be a tool that is right for your organization.
Nominations are now open for the fifth annual awarding of the $10,000 Antonio Pizzigati Prize for Software in the Public Interest, an award aimed at software developers working with nonprofits to help forge innovative social change. The prize welcomes applications from — and nominations of — single individuals who have demonstrated leadership in the field of public interest software.