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Scaling Up Nonprofit Tech

Hubspot is helping nonprofits scale up their technology, reports Medium. 

Most of us will do whatever we can to avoid the feeling of uncertainty. That feeling: not knowing what’ll happen next — or how we can navigate the most plausible scenarios — challenges us in our personal lives as well as our professional roles. 


Tech Donation Helps Mississippi Nonprofit

According to US News, with donations from Dell and AT & T a Mississippi nonprofit is increasing its programing for Hispanic residents. 

Technology donations are giving a boost to a nonprofit organization that provides education programs for Hispanic residents in northeast Mississippi.


Nonprofit Helps Women in Tech

Georgia nonprofit starts program to help women get jobs in tech, reports Next City. 

In January 2020, Kelly Gilbert felt as if her life was at a standstill. The new mom was suffering from postpartum depression. She had just resigned from her security job of seven years, unable to take the stress. 


Nonprofits Can Mitigate Cybersecurity Risks

According to JD Supra, how nonprofits can manage cybersecurity attacks. 

As the number of data breaches, security incidents, and ransomware attacks continue to rise, preparation has become even more important — and make no mistake, these attacks are happening to all types of organizations.


Kansas Nonprofit Helps Ukraine

Kansas City nonprofit is sending aid to the Ukraine, reports the Bradenton Herald.

A Kansas nonprofit is sending medical supplies to Ukraine after hearing alarming accounts of a hospital in Kyiv low on treatments and basic tools.


Museum Hopes Immersive Tech Will Preserve History

Illinois museum is turning to immersive technology to preserve history, reports WBUR.

Most Holocaust survivors are in their 80s or 90s. With every year, fewer remain to tell us their stories. So museums and archives are using advanced technologies to preserve their testimonies and introduce them to new generations.


San Joaquin Community Foundations Host 24 Fundraiser

According to Record Net, 209Gives in San Joaquin is hosting an online 24 of giving fundraiser.

In an effort to help local nonprofit organizations succeed, the Community Foundation of San Joaquin is holding 209Gives, an annual online 24-hour community fundraiser beginning at the stroke of midnight to ring in Tuesday, April 12.


Microsoft to Increase Nonprofit Pricing

According to CRN, Micorsoft will increase prices in its nonprofit products line in 2022.

Microsoft will increase the prices on multiple Microsoft 365 nonprofit products later this year, following a price increase in March for multiple M365 commercial products after a decade of updates and innovation without a price hike.


St. Louis Nonprofit Training Program Offers Tech Opportunities

According to St. Louis Public Radio, nonprofit Per Scholas has partnered with Cortex Innovation Community to offer cybersecurity training programs for women and people of color. 

The Cortex Innovation Community and Per Scholas, a technology training nonprofit, are collaborating to help create technology career opportunities for people of color and women with a 15-week cybersecurity program.


Baltimore Nonprofits Get Additional Covid Relief

Baltimore nonprofits will get addition American Rescue Funds, reports Afro News

On March 25, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore Civic Fund President HyeSook Chung announced an additional $4 million in economic recovery funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) for nonprofit organizations located in Baltimore City.


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