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Lucas Films and Disney Make Technology a Priority

According to AP News, Disney and Lucas Films make a commitment to  nonprofit FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) with a $1.5 million donation, and in-kind and mentorship resources to help students succeed.


Nonprofit Sight Savers Brings Tech to Classroom

Sight Savers America worked with local schools to bring assistive technology to their classrooms, reports Valley Town Crier. The nonprofit donated several  CCTVs that will help students complete schoolwork and perform everyday tasks.


Using Tech to Save the Planet

According to Ensia, Conservation International is participating as a partner in the tech accelerator, Elemental Excelerator, to harness the power of Silicon Valley to bring about new technology to help save the planet. 


Education Super Highway Nears the End

According to EdSurge, project Education Super Highway is almost complete.  The project’s goal was to connect 99 percent of K-12 students to high-speed broadband, which the project is nearly accomplished.


AFP Teams with Two Industry Leaders

Both Salesforce and DonorPerfect are working with the Association of Fundraising Professionals to rollout new products to enhance nonprofits technology adoption.


Microsoft Updates Dynamics 365

According to GeekWire, Microsoft is helping nonprofits upgrade their technology by offering a updated  version of Dynamics 365 Nonprofit Accelerator, with a feature that allows nonprofits to show their donors exactly how their donation is spent and it also includes enhanced volunteer coordination.


New Technology Guide for Nonprofits Released

CharityComms has released a new nonprofit guide, reports Charity Digital News. The Innovation Guide, which is free, helps nonprofits determine how best to leverage technology.


Nonprofit Works to Develop a Climate Plan

According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, Santa Fe community college hosted an event that encouraged students to find a cure for climate change. Students competed in the The World Climate game. The games was developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the nonprofit Climate Interactive.


Nonprofit Gives Tech to Schools

A school district in Maine received a donation of over 600 pieces of technology equipment thanks to the nonprofit Ruth's Reusable Resources, reports WABI 5.


AI Will Help Nonprofits

According to the Nonprofit Times, nonprofit experts believe artificial intelligence will help nonprofits in a variety of ways. Including, engaging donors, performing A/B testing and data analytics.


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