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Keeping Bears and Humans Safe

A Montana nonprofit is working to keep both humans and bears safe, reports the Flathead Beacon.

Over a one-week period in June 2022, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) bear management specialists captured and killed four bears involved in human-bear conflicts across Northwest Montana.


Nonprofits Can Find Funding

Nonprofits can find a variety of funding sources, reports Forbes.

Nonprofits are an essential part of our society, providing a range of services to communities around the world. However, running a nonprofit organization has its challenges.


Nonprofits Sue Twitter

According to the Nonprofit Times, two German nonprofits are suing Twitter for antisemtic content. 

Two German nonprofits – the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) and HateAid – are suing Twitter regarding its alleged failure to police antisemitic content and Holocaust denial on its platform in violation of German law, as well as the company’s own policies on hateful conduct.


GiveSmart Wins Awards

According to PR Newswire, GiveSmart has received the Winter 2023 TrustRadius Best of Awards for Nonprofit Fundraising technology.

GiveSmart, the leading fundraising management system for nonprofits, schools, and associations, today announced it has been recognized by the Winter 2023 TrustRadius Best of Awards in all award categories for Nonprofit Fundraising technology.


Nonprofit Brings Tech to Families

Massachusetts nonprofits team up to bring technology to low income and Spanish speaking families, reports Mass Live.

As recently as 2020, nearly two in five households in Springfield did not own a desktop or laptop computer.


Alternatives to Smile

With Amazon Smiles demise there are other ways to link online shopping and donations, reports Forbes.

Amazon’s recent announcement that they’re shutting down AmazonSmile — a program that gave 0.5% of qualifying purchases to charity over the last decade — generated a firestorm of angry consumer social media comments


Making Nonprofits Better

AI can help nonprofits perform better, reports Forbes. 

Nonprofit leaders are constantly on the lookout for ways to expand the impact of their organizations and to grow support for their important mission work. A tool that I believe will help is conversational artificial intelligence (AI).


Nonprofit Uses Tech to Stop Sex Trafficking

According to Fox 5, Virginia nonprofit RESET180 uses tech program Freedom Signal to find sex trafficing ads. 

Brand-new numbers on human trafficking in 2022 show there were more than 148,000 online ads for sex services places in a 50-mile radius of Reston, Virginia.


Managing In-Kind Donations

According to Market Scanner, helps nonprofits manage in-kind donations.

OneEach Mindful Giving in-kind product donation solution helps nonprofits generate new donations and engage with more donors by deploying in less than two months.


Tech Training for Formerly Incarcerated

Memphis based Persevere provides engineering and coding training to the formerly incarcerated, reports Triple Pundit. 

With the world’s largest prison population and recidivism rates nearing 70 percent in some states, the question of what to do with formerly incarcerated people after they have completed their prison terms continues to vex the United States.


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