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Nonprofit Embraces Tech

Covid-19 caused Metropolitan Ministries to embrace technology to help them continue their mission during the pandemic, reports St. Pete Catalyst.

Metropolitan Ministries doesn’t have a storefront in Pinellas County, but that hasn’t stopped the organization from helping hundreds of Pinellas County families during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Providing Tech to Seniors

A new nonprofit, Telehealth Access for Seniors, helps provide technology to seniors so they can take telehealth visits, reports VAntage Point. 

This year, many Veterans have used VA telehealth services for the first time. They have used VA technologies such as My HealtheVet and VA Video Connect to connect with their VA care teams. But for some older Veterans, telehealth presented a challenge. They did not have the technology required to take part.

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Volunteering Virutally

Many nonprofits are finding ways to offer their volunteers a chance to volunteer virtually, reports New York Times. 

Paula Brynen has been finding a sense of purpose in volunteer work for years — and even more so after her job as a fund-raiser for public television in California was eliminated two years ago.

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