Data can make you powerful! But it needs to be handled cautiously too. Join us for a discussion of how your nonprofit can discover surprising new truths by mapping your existing data and hear case studies from nonprofits and campaigners who are already using these powerful techniques, including political parties and charity marketers.
This is a crowdsourced session, where participants are given up to five minutes to share a tool they use in their non-profit tech life. Learn from the best - each other. Share anything that helps you do the amazing work you do. It can be a CRM, communication tool, fundraising platform, some social media magic-sauce, automation or other clever web genius that helps you further your mission or cause or execute your work. We only ask that you can show the solution and say what and why you use it.
Resolving the Design & Content Challenge: Automated and Curated Newsletters
As a key member of the bc211 team, reporting to the Manager, Resources & Publications/IT, the Information Technology Administrator will monitor and maintain the existing computer and telephone networks. He/she will evaluate and recommend new technologies to improve efficiencies and streamline processes.
Do you wish you had access to a team of tech consultants for a tech checkup? Now you do!
The Community Corps is partnering with Tata Consultancy Services to offer free technology checkups to nonprofits this Winter. Over the course of 4 weeks meet with a team of consultants to discuss your current technology pain points and receive specific recommendations for improvement. Sign up today to reserve a checkup as capacity is limited!
We’re looking for amazing grassroots organizations or individuals to tell us about their projects. We’ll pick our top five to pitch their cause live at our next event where attendees will vote on who we choose to support with our Dreamers + Doers prize pack, which includes $1000 cash, social media management tools, a professional photography session, video and more. It’s a simple process to submit, and costs nothing. Write down in 300 words or less what you’re currently doing, and how we can help you.
Luminate Online sharing workshop. Everyone will have an opportunity to discuss your organization’s perspective. To build on our Luminate Online user conversation, this session will focus on e-receipting methods and challenges.
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