A software donation from NetSuite.org is enabling this nonprofit to streamline manual processes to grow
In years past, the rainy season in Nasitsape, a community nestled in the mountains of eastern Uganda, often meant that residents were isolated from surrounding communities when the river became impassable. During these times, residents were often unable to leave the village to get to school, the health clinic and the market.
Answer these two questions to find out if attending VM Summit 16 makes sense for you.
You may have already heard of VM Summit 16. This unique conference, brought to you by VolunteerMatch, brings companies and nonprofits together in one place to collaborate on how to create better, more impactful partnerships, while harnessing the power of corporate volunteering.
But you may still be wondering, “Is VM Summit 16 right for me?”
To answer that question, start by asking yourself this: “Am I responsible for any of the following at my company or nonprofit?”
David Erb, of Clinton, Tenn., selected from 14 finalists for 2016 Ray Lynch Community Service Award
NORTHBROOK, Ill., July 12, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Allstate agency owner David Erb has been named Allstate’s national volunteer of the year, recognized for his commitment to breaking down barriers for people with disabilities. Inspired by his daughter Amelia’s diagnosis with acute microcephaly – a birth defect caused by stunted brain growth that results in developmental problems and seizures, among other symptoms – Erb and his wife started a nonprofit to help better the lives of those with special needs.
In this chat, thought leaders from the nonprofit technology sector share tips to help your org make the most of free technology offerings.
If leveraged correctly, technology has the power to accelerate your organization's work to meet your mission. It’s even better when that technology is free. Too often though, we spend too much time jumping on the newest free technology offerings and not enough time figuring out what we're trying to do and how the technology can (or in some cases cannot) help us.