Tech Impact’s mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world. That’s why in 2016 we’re committed to visiting 10 cities across the United States to spread the word about the latest in low-cost tech trends for nonprofits.
Every nonprofit uses technology in some way to complete their mission; whether that’s reading and responding to emails, writing proposals, creating social media posts or inviting people to their events, tech is literally engrained in our every day lives. Because of this it’s a mandatory line item for every nonprofit.
What you might not know is that every single day there are innovations being made in the realm of technology and there are new ways you can get access to all the robust tools your nonprofit needs to operate for a fraction of the cost.
Tech Impact is holding a free event for nonprofit leaders in Omaha, Nebraska, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, to participate in interactive sessions geared to save their nonprofits money on their technology.
Register here for the Omaha event on February 23rd at UNO’s Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center.
Latest Low Cost Technology Trends for Nonprofits
These events will show nonprofit leaders how cloud-based solutions can empower their nonprofits to work more collaboratively, efficiently, and securely. Through tools like Office 365 for Nonprofits, attendees will see how accessible these tools are, and how they can save their nonprofits time and money. Tech Impact will also talk about the effective ways nonprofits can manage and visualize their data to better share and understand their impact.
Attendees will leave the event with:
- A guide of the best cloud-based productivity platforms for nonprofits
• An organization data management/analysis checklist
• A scheduled one on one consultation with one of Tech Impact’s data experts (optional)
- Tools to enhance your staff’s productivity and efficiency
- Knowledge to better manage all of your nonprofit’s data
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Interested in partnering with Tech Impact to host a free nonprofit technology event for your community? Contact Sara@TechImpact.org for more information.
About the Presenter: Linda Widdop manages all aspects of client relations for Tech Impact including educating nonprofits about technology solutions. She works with local, regional and national partners to provide the nonprofit community with increased knowledge of technology through speaking engagements.
Linda’s been using Office 365 since it was first introduced and have helped over 600 nonprofits get on board with it. Oh yeah, she’s an obsessed birdwatcher and head coach for a women’s ice hockey team when she’s not helping nonprofits get on board with cloud computing