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Nonprofits Still Wary of Cloud

According to the Nonprofit Times, nonprofits remain wary of putting fundraising and grant management in the cloud.

Despite the benefits of moving operational software to the cloud — integrated systems, constantly updated software — nonprofit leaders remain wary of putting external-focused operations such as fundraising and grant management online.


New Compliance Platform

BryteBridge announces a new platform to help nonprofits with state and federal compliance requirements, reports PR Newswire.

BryteBridge, a leading service provider to the Nonprofit community, announces a new technology platform to help Nonprofits meet State and Federal Compliance requirements.


Nonprofits Staying Ahead with Tech

For profit companies have to stay on top of emerging technology to remain competitive, but is that also true of nonprofits, reports Forbes. 

To stay ahead of their competition and remain successful, companies must ensure they are continually up-to-date with the most recent advancements and trends in technology, integrating it into various aspects of their operations, according to research undertaken by PwC.


Using ChatGPT in a Nonprofit

Nonprofits in the education and technology sector have found benefit in OpenAI’s ChatGPT, reports the Journal.

As an educator, I was initially shaken by the new generative AI tool from OpenAI ChatGPT. I’m the founder and head of Technovation, a nonprofit technology entrepreneurship program for girls aiming to identify community problems and develop technology-based solutions and business plans to tackle them


Sage Software Launches Incubator

Sage Software has launched an incubator program for nonprofits, reports Globe Newswire. 

Sage, the leader in accounting, financial, HR, and payroll technology for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), today announces the launch of its Sage Foundation Grow Program incubator to empower nonprofit leaders in the US


Are Nonprofits Updating Tech

How far along is the average nonprofit in their digital transformation, reports Biz Tech Magazine. 

Cloud computing has benefits for many industry sectors, but it is particularly valuable for nonprofits, which have numerous technology needs.


2023 Amazon Grant Program Announced

According to Nonprofit Pro, Amazon has launched their 2023 IMAGINE Grant Program. 

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced the launch of the 2023 IMAGINE Grant Program, a public opportunity open to registered 501(c) nonprofit organizations in the U.S. that are using technology to solve the world’s most pressing challenges.


Nonprofit Offers Childcare Grants

Tennessee nonprofit Women in Tech is hoping to bring more women  back to the workforce with childcare grants, reports News Channel 5.

Childcare in Tennessee can cost thousands of dollars.


Tech Makes Nonprofits Better

According to Technical.ly, the tech industry is considering how it can make the nonprofit sphere better. 

At first glance, the tech industry’s sleek image and the granola-heavy nonprofit world don’t immediately go hand in hand.


Delaware’s Do More 24 Does Millions

Delaware’s Do More 24 campaign generated $2.3 million dollars in donations, reports the Delaware Business Times. 

The eighth annual daylong Do More 24 campaign helped to raise a combined $2.3 million for more than 500 nonprofits around the state last week.


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