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Reducing Veterans Suicide

According to 3 News Now, an Nebraska nonprofit aims to reduce active and retired service member suicides to zero, by using noninvasive technology training. 

A local non-profit organization has many ways to help active-duty service members and veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.


Tech Helps Ukrainians

Doctors are using technology to help Ukrainians, reports WBUR.

Frank Duggan is an emergency doctor far from an emergency room. On a recent morning, he treated a patient with a heart condition from his living room in Hingham — over video chat. His patient was at her home in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.


Microsoft’s TechSpark expands, reports US News.

Microsoft is expanding its TechSpark program into Mississippi, reports US News.

Long Beach native and Jackson resident JJ Townsend will spearhead a new effort in Mississippi by Microsoft called TechSpark.


MIP Releases Research Findings

According to PR Newswire, MIP has released the findings of its 2022 Nonprofit Research Study.

MIP Fund Accounting, the nation's leading nonprofit cloud-based, SaaS fund accounting software offering from Community Brands, recently released findings of its 2022 Nonprofit Research Study


Google Offering Advertising Grants

Google wants nonprofits to advertise on Google, reports Globe Newswire.

Google offers a $120,000 ($10,000/month) grant to nonprofits to advertise on


Tech Drive for Digital Equity

Minnesota Tech For Success held a Tech Drive for Education to help bring digital equity to Minnesota students, reports Hometown Source. 

The third-annual Tech Drive for Education will take place at the Lakeville Affinity Plus Credit Union on Saturday, May 14, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for Teacher Appreciation Month in partnership with Minnesota Tech for Success, a nonprofit creating digital equity for Minnesota students.


Zero2Webster Starts Nonprofit Fund

According to EIN Newswire, Zero2Webmaster is running a program to assist nonprofits with their technology needs.

Technology education company Zero2Webmaster has announced a new program designed to assist nonprofit organizations, public charities and private foundations with their technology needs. 


OceanKind Wants to Clean Up the Oceans

According to TechCrunch, OceanKind is a new nonprofit with a mission to clean up the world’s oceans. 

When Matthew Dunbabin saw the devastation wrought on tropical reef ecosystems by overfishing and climate change, he wondered if robots could help. With money from the Queensland University of Technology, where he is a professor of robotics, Dunbabin’s team developed prototype surface and underwater robots to reseed dying reefs with tiny coral larvae.


ShoppingGives Lets NFT Buyers Give

According to MarTech, Novel and ShoppingGives have teamed up to allow shops that sell NFTs to let their buyers give to charity with purchase. 

Novel makes it easy for non-crypto-natives to mint, sell, and buy NFTs while ShoppingGives simplifies donations to a few clicks


Google Gives to IRC

The International Rescue Committee has received a $1.5 million dollar grant from Google to help those Ukrainians. has committed a $1.5M grant to help the International Rescue Committee (IRC) expand access to critical information for those impacted by war in Ukraine.


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