Are you using TechSoup?
TechSoup is a great organization helping those that do good. A nonprofit themselves, they have a clear focus of connecting nonprofit organizations with tech products and services. The cool thing about TechSoup is they provide a great deal of services for free. Their free resources allow your nonprofit to make informed decisions about technology. These resources include:
These detail a variety of topics, from green technology to human resources. Below are three examples of great articles in this section:
- How to choose and work with a technology consultant
- Ten tips for donating a computer
- The basics of grant and prospect research
They offer a free webinar every Thursday. You can catch Copywriting for the web: Today’s best practices on May 7th.
A well-researched articulated blog
With a variety of writers, the TechSoup blog is diverse and covers a range of subjects.
- 44 ways to build to build trust and gain donors online
- Does my nonprofit need a mobile app?
- Intro to Photoshop for nonprofits
In addition, they give you the opportunity to win free stuff. Like this giveaway, you share your story of going green with your tech and enter to win one of two laptops or an ipad. By simply registering
with them you are granted access to such giveaways and discounted and donated services from their partners.
In a form of six degrees of separation, one of TechSoup’s partners also happens to be one of Jitasa’s partners. OneNFP is a company that provides fundraising and financial software to the nonprofit community. This Microsoft Cloud based software allows you to integrate your accounting and fundraising into one database.
This software will also allow you to allocate expenses by fund, project, or department and create a real-time view into your organization's financial position. You’ll also be able to access your financial information from anywhere at any time. Through their partnership with TechSoup you’ll get one year of access to OneNFP Financials Lite software, which includes one full user license, one limited user license, 10 GB of storage space, and a Microsoft Dynamics NAV account.
Renata Massie, Content Creator for Jitasa