In the era of “hacking” and information being easily accessible on the internet, it’s no surprise that people are ever more concerned about privacy and information security, especially at nonprofits. Not to mention the significant number of news and signals about large institutions’ electronic files being susceptible and eventually hacked.
Think of the time you spend on electronics during a single day: The cell phone for breaks at work, the laptop for news at home, the tablet for games with the kids. Now think of how much the 30-and-under generation utilizes these tools. Yeah, it’s a lot more. And while too much technology can be […]
Volunteer management is not easy. Can you imagine trying to use Excel spreadsheets to manage volunteer hours for hundreds of volunteers? This is a normal occurrence for many organizations, but it does not have to be. Software makes volunteer management significantly less difficult. How does volunteer management software help? Get grants. Volunteer management software provides […]
This blog post is a continuation post from the original 1-5 best practices for nonprofits 6. Blog A well planned and executed blog is one of the most effective things any organization can do to expand its reach. The technology behind a blog is simple and the cost is free. Although it is important that […]
2 part series. 1-5 Listed below. also see the 6-10 best practices for nonprofits Leverage these tech tools and resources to bring higher social impact to your organization. This is a very basic starting point, later we will be diving into more detail. Your organization is only as good as the work you do. […]
My conversations with local non-profits My experience working for a local for-profit company exposed me to the reality that a lot of businesses are using outdated and inefficient technology. And it comes at no surprise that not-for-profit organizations operating with shrinking budgets are more likely than not to be using some of the most primitive […]