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Expanding Oracle Pro Bono

According to the Nonprofit Times, the Netsuite Social Impact program run by Oracle Netsuite is expanding. The program offers nonprofits get the technology (and tech help they need) and is expanding its Pro Bono work for nonprofits. Read more...

Giving Camp Another Success

This year’s GiveNWA camp saw technology professionals donating their time to help over 11 area nonprofits, reports NWA Online. Read more...

Tech Impact Security

Tech Impact has launched a new information security division, reports Cision. The division will help nonprofits create a cybersecurity plan that is unique for their organization. Read more...

Enhancing the Giving Experience

According to Cision, Malala Fund, a nonprofit founded by Malala Yousafzai, teamed up with GiveLively to create the “Simple Widget” a new tool that nonprofits can use on their website to enhance the “giving experience” Read more...

Tech Recycler Expands

TechDump, a Minneapolis nonprofit that provides electronics recycling along with job skill training, is expanding, reports the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. Read more...

Classmates Start Nonprofit

According to Forbes, the nonprofit MakerGirl was founded by two college classmates who wanted to see more girls enter the STEM field. Read more...

Bringing Light to Students

Nonprofit Extend the Day helps bring light to students in underdeveloped countries, reports GeekWire. The nonprofit’s light use solar power so students without electricity can still study late into the night. Read more...

Salesforce Invests in Schools

According to Ed Surge, the nonprofit arm of Salesforce, Salesforce.org, has pledged $15.5 million dollars to schools in San Francisco and Oakland to bolster their computer science program. Read more...

Tech Founder Gives Big

A new nonprofit journalistic venture called the Markup has received additional funding, reports the Nonprofit Quarterly. Craigslist founder, Craig Newmark, has pledged $20 million dollars to the startup. Read more...

Museums Embrace Tech

Technology may seem at odds with history, but a judicious use of technology can help keep visitors engaged and attendance numbers high, reports Nonprofit Quarterly. Read more...

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