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On-Ramp to Racial Equality

D.C. nonprofit On-Ramp works to create racial equality in the technology sector, reports WUSA 9.

As calls for racial equality continue across the country, a D.C, nonprofit is working to make sure young people have equal opportunities to succeed in the workplace.


Apparo Celebrates Nonprofit Tech Hereos

Charlotte nonprofit celebrates other nonprofit organizations, reports Tech Wire.

Apparo, a Charlotte nonprofit aimed at helping other local nonprofit organizations leverage technology, wants to celebrate local tech heroes


Nonprofits Embrace Change to Virtual

According to NY Media, some nonprofits have embraced the changes in communication and function brought on by Covid-19.

All nonprofits, regardless of mission, have had to make a rapid shift into virtual services and remote working since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March, albeit in varying capacities. 


Save the Children selects Direct Donor TV as direct-response media firm

Direct Donor TV, a Moore company, is proud to announce it has been named the television media buying firm of record for Save the Children. DDTV will lead strategic media buying decisions to advance the charity’s mission to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm, every day and in times of crisis.


Nonprofits Will Be Changed by Covid

According to Motley Fool, many nonprofits won’t look or function the same after Covid-19.

Since the coronavirus pandemic swept the world leading to nearly half a million deaths and rattling global economies, nonprofit organizations are struggling to meet their funding goals and distribute their services. Between plummeting consumer spending, imperiled corporate earnings, and the uncertain status of government grants, the nonprofits of today face a challenging future.


Nonprofits Face Uncertainty

While the focus has been on businesses facing economic uncertainty due to Covid, nonprofits are also facing economic uncertainty, reports High Point Enterprise.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unforeseen health challenges and an economic downfall for families and businesses


Nonprofits Reinvent Themselves During Covid

According to KPC News, Covid-19 is forcing nonprofits to reinvent themselves to navigate serving their mission during the pandemic. 

Despite the economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic, business at the LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity resale store on East Wayne Street in LaGrange has remained fairly steady.


Nonprofits Consider Leaving Facebook

Several nonprofit are considering reducing the amount of exposure their organization has on Facebook, reports the Nonprofit Times. 

Leaders of several prominent nonprofits are discussing reducing Facebook’s role in their media mix, if not leaving it entirely. The conversation reflects a growing perception that the online platform is censoring nonprofits’ messaging, thwarting organizing efforts and putting barriers between nonprofits and donors.


Changes in Giving Include Cryptocurrency

According to Coin Telegraph, there have been significant changes to how people give over the past several years, even cryptocurrency can be used. 

The past decade has produced an eruption in diverse giving channels and options for donating, changing the patterns of how people give. 


Nonprofit Brings Tech to Underserved

StreetCode Academy, a nonprofit seeking to bring technology to the underserved, is looking to raise over $2 million dollars to purchase technology to distribute to the underserved, reports the Almanace.

Across San Mateo County, there are an estimated 9,000 households who don't have computers or connections to access the Internet.


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