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Funraise Does an Upgrade

According to CISION,  Funraise is rolling out a new UI for its platform. The nonprofit fundraising platform is looking to enhance users experience and the upgrade will offer more funcitionality. Read more...

Foster Advance Initiative

The nonprofit Foster Advance Initiative, created by Gabe Ruiz, president and CEO of Advanced IT Concepts to help the victims of Hurricane Maria that have relocated to Florida has launched the Puerto Rico Business Harbor, reports Market Watch. Read more...

Nonprofit Focuses on Sustainability

A new nonprofit startup, Enveritas, wants to help sustainable coffee growers be successful, reports Tech Crunch. Enveritas offers free sustainability verification  to small coffee farmers. Read more...

Tech Companies Need to Do Better Supporting Nonprofits

According to the San Francisco Business Times, tech companies are giving to charities, but unfortunately they aren’t giving enough to those headed by women. A new report by Pivotal Ventures (headed by Melinda Gates) finds that tech companies only give 5% to companies seeking to close the gender gap. Read more...

Getting Aid Where it Needs to Be

When disaster strikes nonprofit aid agencies spring into action, and a new startup company is making it easier for them to get their supplies and equipment where they need it, reports Freight Waves. Karma Delivers helps by using commercial transportation networks to move supplies or other aid. Read more...

Nonprofits Need to Use Data Wisely

According to Forbes, nonprofits need to focus on using data for more than just a grant application. However, there are some rules to follow to make the most of the data, it must have direction, be actionable and be specific. Read more...

New Service Helps Homeless Get Vital Records

According to Motherboard, pilot program MiniCity is working with the Salvation Army of Atlanta to help homeless individuals obtain their vital records. MiniCity’s goal is to streamline the process for access to voter IDs, birth certificates, social security cards, state IDs, and employment services. Read more...

Nonprofit Tech Company Teaches Kids

9-year old Zion Horton-Nelson has founded a nonprofit company that will help kids learn tech, reports Digital Journal. Codebotics Boston offers a range of classes on computers, robotics and engineering for kids 7-12. Read more...

Foundation Helps Nonprofits Get Better at Fundraising

According to the Record, the Kern Community Foundation hopes to help Bakersfield area nonprofits do more. The Foundation’s 12 month technology bootcamp will help five area nonprofits become better at fundraising. Read more...

App Brings Healthcare to the World

Health4theWorld is a nonprofit that hopes to bring medical care via an app to underdeveloped areas of the world, reports Palo Alto Online. Read more...

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