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Nonprofit Could Provide Real Time Closed Captioning

New augmented reality glasses can provide closed captioning in real-time, reports WTAE.


Utah Nonprofit Helps N.H.

A Utah nonprofit is using grant money to help students in New Hampshire, reports Government Technology. 

A nonprofit based in Utah is offering pre-kindergarten aged children in New Hampshire the opportunity to get ready for school next fall for free, using federal grant money.


Connecting Kids and Tech

According to Fox61, a Connecticut nonprofit that helps students that are interested in tech succeed is set to grow.

A nonprofit for underserved students in New Haven and Stamford is getting ready to grow. In the new year, DAE (District Arts & Education) wiIl begin its expansion to more towns and cities in the area.


MemoryFox Platform Raises Funds

According to Buffalo News, nonprofit storytelling platform MemoryFox received $400,000 in funding for its nonprofit platform.

Western New York startup MemoryFox recently raised $400,000 from investors to hire more employees and get its storytelling platform for nonprofits in the hands of as many organizations as possible.


Mobile Pathways Raises Funding

Mobile Pathways, a California nonprofit that helps vulnerable immigrants has raised over $1 million in funding, reports PR Newswire.

Mobile Pathways, a California-based nonprofit using mobile technology to improve the lives of vulnerable immigrants, has announced they have raised $1 million in new funding – thanks to organizations such as Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, Twilio, Salesforce, and Tides Foundation.


New Nonprofit Dashboard

NTEN launches tech assessment dashboard, reports the Nonprofit Times.

Nonprofit technology organization NTEN has launched a public data dashboard for Tech Accelerate, a free, comprehensive assessment tool about technology use and policies designed to help nonprofit staff with decisions, planning, and investments.


Nonprofit Wants to Give Tech to Those Who Need It

Technology for Families in Need hopes to bridge the digital divide, reports Spectrum News 1.

The sudden switch to virtual school at the height of the pandemic came at a cost for Madison Maloney.


Tech Workers Welcome in Nonprofit Sector

Tech workers recently laid off could find work in the nonprofit sector, reports Fast Company.

To the thousands of highly skilled tech workers who have been laid off in recent weeks, and those worried they may be next: The nonprofit sector needs you.


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.


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