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Nonprofits Use Technology to Stay on Mission

Nonprofits were able to remain active during the pandemic by turning to technology solutions, reports LA Business Journal. 

In a CAF America survey released last year, 424 global and local charitable organizations provide insight on the challenges and innovation needed to survive and in some cases thrive during the ongoing pandemic.

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Michigan Offering Grants to Nonprofits

Michigan’s Community Service Commission is making $200,000 in grants available to nonprofits during Covid recovery. 

The Michigan Community Service Commission announced $200,000 in grant awards to nonprofit organizations to aid COVID-19 response and recovery.

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Classy Continues to Grow

According to Pulse 2.0, Classy has secured $118 million dollars in funding, which it intends to use to grow its offerings to nonprofits. 

Classy, a B Corp Certified social enterprise that creates world-class fundraising software for nonprofits, announced today that it has closed a $118 million Series D funding round led by Norwest Venture Partners, a mission-driven venture capital firm, which has previously partnered with other powerhouse technology companies like Udemy, Talkspace, Plaid, Gong and OpenDoor. 

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Embracing Zoom Fundraising

According to Tech Crunch, there are a few things nonprofits can do to make fundraising via Zoom less awkward. 

I was a first-time CEO who had just finished Techstars with my co-founders when the pandemic hit last March. 

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Resilia Launches New Platform

Resilia is launching an online platform that will help nonprofits expand their organizations quickly and easily, reports PR Newswire. 

As the nonprofit sector begins to rebuild from tremendous losses and challenges of the last year, social impact-focused SaaS company Resilia has officially launched its Nonprofit Platform to tackle the problem at its source: making historically inaccessible and expensive capacity building support available to nonprofits, on-demand and in a cost-effective manner

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Maine Tech Recycler Gives to Those in Need

Maine nonprofit give I.T., get I.T is helping those without technology get it while keeping technology out of landfills, reports WABI.

A nonprofit organization in Waterville that helps Mainers tap into technology has seen a dramatic increase since the start of the pandemic.

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Microsoft Tech for Social Impact Wants to Transform Nonprofits

SoftwareONE, a cloud technology solutions company, is partnering with Microsoft Tech for Social Impact to help nonprofits make the digital transformation, reports Yahoo.

SoftwareONE Holding AG, a leading global provider of end-to-end software and cloud technology solutions, today announced it will collaborate with Microsoft Tech for Social Impact to accelerate the digital transformation of Nonprofit Organizations (NPOs) globally. 

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Classy Raises Venture Funding

According to Pymnts, Classy has raised $118 million in venture funding.                                                

San Diego-based Classy, which builds fundraising software for nonprofits, said on Tuesday (April 20) that it has raised $118 million in venture funding. 

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Cincinnati Nonprofit Encourages Blacks in Tech

Cincinnati nonprofit partners with a Seattle tech apprenticeship program to encourage more Black participation in tech, reports Cincinnati Business Journal.

A Greater Cincinnati-based nonprofit and a Seattle-founded tech apprenticeship program are joining forces as part of a joint effort to increase Black representation in the tech industry. 

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Ohio Nonprofit Gets Grant to Help Manufacturers

According to Cleveland.com, a Cleveland nonprofit has been awarded a grant by the US Economic Development Administration to help manufacturers respond to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

The U.S. Economic Development Administration has awarded the Cleveland-based Manufacturing Growth and Advocacy Network (MAGNET) a $624,316 grant to launch a new program that will help Cuyahoga County manufacturers respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rocky River Republican Rep. Anthony Gonzalez announced this week.

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