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This Week's Nonprofit Tech News

Microsoft Reveals New AI Capabilities For Nonprofits

Microsoft has recently unveiled new Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and capabilities in Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit. This suite of tools is designed to help organizations improve their operations, increase efficiency, and better serve their communities. With the help of AI, nonprofits can now access powerful insights and analytics to better understand their data and make more informed decisions. Additionally, AI can be used to automate mundane tasks, freeing up resources to focus on more important initiatives. Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit also provides access to advanced security features, helping to protect sensitive data and ensure compliance with regulations. With these new AI tools, nonprofits can now leverage the power of technology to further their mission and make a greater impact.
Source - https://www.technologyrecord.com/microsoft-reveals-new-ai-capabilities-for-nonprofits


This Week's News for Nonprofit Technology - May 12 2023

Welcome to our roundup of the latest nonprofit technology news! From the week ending May 12, 2023, we've scoured the headlines to bring you the most important updates and noteworthy stories in the field. Whether you're a nonprofit professional, tech enthusiast, or simply curious about the latest trends in this space, we've got you covered. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee, and dive into what's new and exciting in the world of nonprofit technology.


Supporting African Women in Music Industry

Nonprofit Audio Girl Foundations launched a campaign to raise funds to support African women who want to work in the music industry, reports More Branches. 

Audio Girl Foundation is proud to announce the launch of its fundraising campaign aimed at raising $10,000 (5 million naira) to support young African women who aspire to work as professionals in the music and audio industry


Some Nonprofits Not Utilizing Website Payments

Some nonprofits still aren’t accepting credit cards on their websites, reports Nonprofit Times. 

Digital marketers and fundraisers in a recent international survey ranked organizational websites (84%), social media (65%), and email newsletters (64%) as the most important tools in their digital fundraising kits. 


StratusLIVE Adds AI Component

According to Yahoo, cloud based solution provider StratusLIVE has a new AI feature, Ignite AI> 

StratusLIVE, a leading provider of cloud-based solutions for nonprofits, foundations, and workplace federations, announced today their AI capabilities, Ignite AI, built within their Nonprofit Industry Cloud Solution.


Social Media Should Reflect Values of Nonprofit

Nonprofits need to have social media strategy that reflects their values, reports Nonprofit Quarter

After more than a decade of dominating the social media landscape, Big Tech platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are in flux. Meta—the parent company of Facebook and Instagram—has been under fire in the past few years over its lax policies on news content, data privacy, and misinformation.


Louisville Nonprofit Gets Funding

Louisville nonprofit AMPED receives funds to build its tech training center in west Louisville, reports MSN. 

Millions of federal dollars will go toward building a tech training center in west Louisville.

"What's good for the west end of Louisville is good for Louisville," AMPED founder Dave Christopher said.


Decarbonization Tech Incubator in New Haven

According to the New Haven Register, nonprofit ClimateHaven looks to bring decarbonization technology to market. 

Decarbonization technology. Clean-energy batteries. Financing projects that support renewable energy and sustainability.


Nonprofits Need to Adjust their Donor Goals

According to the Nonprofit Times, nonprofits are failing to adjust to their changing donor makeup.

Philanthropy has withstood a declining number of donors for nearly two decades in part by leaning more on aging affluent donors. But times are changing, and philanthropy is going to be in trouble if it doesn’t course-correct.


Memorial Reefs

Florida nonprofit lets you memorialize your loved one with a reef, reports Business Journal.

George Frankel, the CEO of Sarasota-based Eternal Reefs, knew he couldn't let the opportunity to bring joy to those who lost their loved ones pass him by.  


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