Meet Nonprofit Technology and Communications Experts

Please join 501cTECH, the Progressive Communicators of Washington DC (PCDC), and NTEN for NetSquared’s “Meet the Experts” speed dating event. At the event, a number of nonprofit technology and communications experts will be available to consult with you about challenges and areas of growth for your ...
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Unlocking the Power of Pro Bono Tech

By Max Skolnik, Executive Director, Taproot Foundation – Washington DC
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An MSP on a Mission

This month's ChannelPro Magazine cover story, "An MSP on a Mission" features an article from 501cTECH President and CEO Julie Chapman that expands on what it means to be a nonprofit serving the technology needs of nonprofits. Though very exciting to everyone in this building, technology can be a ...
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Help 501cTECH Win $10K With One Click

Helping 501cTECH has never required less effort. With nothing more than the click of a mouse, you can help 501cTECH win $10,000 in cash or $5,000 worth of WTOP commercials to help promote our cause!
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Operational Success Forum: A Success

Yesterday’s Operational Success Forum, hosted by 501cTECH, United Way of the National Capital Area, and Mosaica, brought HR, IT and finance to the forefront of the minds of nonprofit professionals in attendance at the Silver Spring Civic Building and inspired useful discussion, proving well worth ...
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Client Success Story: Institute for Market Transformation (IMT)

THE CHALLENGE 40 percent of the total energy consumption in the U.S. comes from buildings alone. The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit working to improve energy efficiency in buildings throughout the U.S. and abroad, primarily through reinforcing the ...
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Technology Innovator of the Week: Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia

Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia (GOTR NOVA)  is a nonprofit organization, the largest Independent Council of Girls on the Run International, and 501cTECH's Technology Innovator of the Week! Their mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based ...
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Your Nonprofit's Facebook Posts Will Likely be Less Visible in 2014

Facebook's constantly evolving algorithms have made it difficult for organizations to reach their audiences. In 2012, data showed a steep drop in post “reach” of around 40%, while the rate of engagement with those posts stayed relatively consistent. The obvious conclusion was that Facebook altered ...
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The Complete Guide to Office 365 for Nonprofits

For most of us in the nonprofit world, Microsoft's Outlook is all we know when it comes to online communications. That's because not only is the Office software quite good, but Microsoft has long been very generous in giving software grants to charitable organizations like yours through partners ...
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Facebook Adds Hashtags

If you’re on Twitter, then you have no doubt encountered hashtags at one point or another. They’re those words, or collections of words jumbled together, with a pound sign in front of them (e.g. #Technology, #Nonprofits, #SleepyCats).
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