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Tech Training Nonprofit Receives Large Grant

According to PR Newswire, Metlife has given a $1 million dollar grant ot NPower a tech training program nonprofit.

National tech training nonprofit NPower was awarded a $1 million grant from MetLife Foundation to fund tech training programs that help to move women, people of color, military veterans, and military spouses from poverty to the middle class through tech jobs.


Giving Tuesday Sees Big Donations

According to Qgiv, Giving Tuesday saw strong giving for nonprofits.

Qgiv, a leading provider of nonprofit fundraising technology, saw record-breaking participation on Giving Tuesday among their nonprofit clients.


Solar Savings Put Back Into Nonprofit

Janesville nonprofit puts solar saving back into the nonprofit, reports WKOW.

Being now powered by what is on the rooftop, nonprofit organization ECHO in Janesville is using mother nature to help human nature with a recent donation of solar panels.


Kentucky Nonprofits Send Tech

According to Wave3, several Kentucky nonprofits have donated equipment to eastern Kentucky schools affected by flooding.

Three nonprofit organizations have worked together to gather and donate technology equipment to Eastern Ky. high schools affected by flooding.


Canadians Prefer Charitable Gifts

A new survey shows almost 50% of Canadians would prefer to receive a charitable gift this holiday season, reports Yahoo Finance.

The results of a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of CanadaHelps, Canada’s largest donation and fundraising platform, was released today revealing that nearly half of Canadians (47%) would prefer to receive a charitable gift that makes an impact


Nonprofits Face Tough Financial Year

2023 may be a financially tough year for nonprofits, but they can save money with improved technology, reports Forbes.

The vast majority of nonprofits around the country have been stretched thin over the past couple of years.


Microsoft Launches Accessibility Accelerator

Microsoft has launched the Accessibility Nonprofit Tech Accelerator, to help disability focused nonprofits get technology and grants, reports Microsoft.

As someone born with a complex mobility disability, I have personally experienced the profound impact of services offered by nonprofit organizations throughout my life.


Using Tech to Help Nonprofit Data Collection

Wetlands Watch is using technology to help with data collection, reports Virginia Mercury. 

Digital technology has become an integral part of everyday life, whether through the use of phones, smart watches, drones or more obscure apps found in the depths of the internet.


Nonprofit Uses Zillow to Help Homeless

Seattle’s nonprofit Housing Connector is working with Zillow to help the homeless find housing, reports Como News. 

As government agencies forge ahead confronting the region's homeless crisis, a unique partnership with the private sector is finding its own success getting people off the streets.


Nonprofits Hands Out Coding Scholarships

According to CPR, a New Have nonprofit is providing scholarships to students interested in learning how to code.

Local high school students who are interested in learning how to code will get a chance through District Arts and Education, a New Haven-based nonprofit organization that provides immersive tech programs.


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