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Nonprofit Offers Tech Training Classes

Nonprofit Reskill America is offering open enrollment for its software development training program, reports Benzinga.

National nonprofit Reskill Americans is excited to announce open enrollment for its tuition-free software development training program, which starts on Oct. 3, 2022. 


Connecting Colleges with Tech Companies

New York City nonprofit connects historically Black colleges with tech companies, reports Higher Ed Dive.

The Partnership for Education Advancement, a New York City-based nonprofit, is working to connect historically Black colleges and universities with technology companies so they can access specially tailored services like artificial intelligence to boost recruitment and retention.


Nonprofit Offers Better Recycling

Tucson nonprofit offers a way to recycle technology that limits pollution, reports KGUN.

Today is International Clean Air Day. It's a day to recognize what work needs to be done to reduce harmful air pollution.


Rhode Island Nonprofits Take Cryptocurrency

According to PBN, several Rhode Island nonprofits are accepting cryptocurrency.

Fundraising is a significant element to a nonprofit’s operations in order for the organizations to serve their respective communities.


New Nonprofits Use Technology to Fight Inequality and Racism

A new type of nonprofit, a “tech” nonprofits, are working to use technology to fight inequality and injustice, reports Nonprofit Quarterly.

Several recent studies have shown that technology can exacerbate bias and discrimination


Mastercard Delaying Donation Subscription Rules

According to the Nonprofit Times, Mastercard is delaying its requirement that recurring donations made via its card be labeled subscriptions. 

Mastercard has backed off its September 22 deadline to classify sustainer donations made via credit card as subscriptions, which would require giving those donors a notice every month of their option to cancel.


Blancco and The Turing Trust collaborate to provide thousands of devices for schools in Africa

Blancco Technology Group (LON: BLTG), the industry standard in data erasure and mobile lifecycle solutions, has today announced it is working with The Turing Trust, a UK charity that provides IT resources and training to schools in sub-Saharan Africa. Blancco will support the initiative with free licenses of its drive eraser software. This enables the charity to securely refurbish donated IT equipment (desktops, laptops, smart phones, and tablets) that is given to schools across Africa to improve children’s access to computer technology and digital skills training. To date, Blancco has securely erased over 2,500 donated devices in collaboration with the charity. 


Kroger Donates Funds to Atlanta Food Bank

Kroger donates $200,000to the Atlanta Community Food Bank to help them upgrade their technology, reports PR Newswire.

The Atlanta Community Food Bank announces a $200,000 grant from Kroger stores. The grant will be used to update the nonprofit's technology with a new CRM system. The new system will help easily identify current needs and serve the Food Bank's agencies and clients more effectively.


Utah Firm Gives Away Technology to Nonprofit

One Utah nonprofit could win a new technology package from AppsTango, reports KSL.

In this technology-driven world, almost every small business knows that a thoughtfully-designed mobile app is key to driving up sales and reeling in more customers.


New Capabilities for Engaging Networks

According to PR Newswire, Engaging Networks will release new texting capabilities. 

Engaging Networks, a globally-trusted online fundraising and campaigning platform, will launch new texting capabilities, specifically designed for nonprofits and charities.


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