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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.


Candadian Tech Company Wants to Help Nonprofits Boost Tech

Canadian nonprofits are about to get a technology boost, reports IT Business.

The charitable sector employs 12 per cent of the economically active population, generates nearly nine per cent of Canada’s GDP, and touches the lives of all Canadians.


Tech Company Wants to Make Learning Equitable

Tech nonprofit Rocket Learning is trying to close the learning gap in India, reports Forbes.

Across India, millions of low-income children have fallen behind their peers before the first day of school. This is largely due to lack of access to preschool.


Classy Updates Its Fundraising Technology

According to PR Newswire, Classy has launched several new features such as Venmo integration.

Classy, a giving platform that enables nonprofits to connect supporters with the causes they care about, is announcing a number of new product launches for its nonprofit customers. These new initiatives are part of Classy's continued efforts to create the most innovative fundraising technology while constantly improving the donor experience so nonprofits can drive more impact for the critical causes and communities they support. 


Canadian Nonprofits Focus on Digital Transformation

Canadian nonprofits are investing in digital transformation, reports ITWorld.com.

A new study from Sage, the accounting, financial, HR and payroll technology provider for small and mid-sized businesses, has found that Canadian nonprofits are investing in digital transformation to drive efficiency and growth.


Tech for Ukraine

Nonprofits are using technology to collect donations for Ukraine, reports DW.com.

The #TechForUkraine campaign hopes to match aid groups with IT companies willing to help for free. The focus is both on the distribution of material aid and on the helping against Russian cyberattacks. 


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