Donors understand that data and technology are game-changers. So, if donors care about a mission, such as the eradication of cancer, ending poverty or high-quality education, they realize the source of fundamental change occurs with the partnership between technology and humans.
Poorly managed change in the work environment leads to burnout, disengagement within the team, and a culture of cynicism around change in general. While change is inevitable, we can minimize frustrations surrounding change by effectively planning for and managing the change. That all hinges on identifying and implementing solid policies and procedures teamwide.
To better understand how nonprofits have been investing or will invest in various technologies, "The State of Nonprofit Technology" survey will look at nonprofit organizations' technology investments, as well as the corresponding ROI for those investments.
We can live without the office, but we can't live without a digital connection. And yet, think about our investments of time and energy in each. Some of the former debate is merited, but too often our digital infrastructure is like the plumbing, in that, we only notice it when it goes awry.
Organizations are requiring more robust software functionality to ensure virtual and hybrid campaigns connect as deeply with participants and donors as in-person events. In response, peer-to-peer software vendors are offering more tools for organizations and participants to engage in richer and more meaningful ways.
California’s Department of Justice already oversees charities and regulates fundraising on behalf of all charitable purposes in the state, but with the surge in online fundraising platforms, the state’s law, as written, wasn’t sufficient to reach online fundraising.
Just a decade ago, machine learning was only accessible to the largest, most well-funded companies and research institutions. Opportunities for nonprofits to use it to advance their work were simply out of reach due to high costs and lack of technical expertise.
Mark Becker is joined by Mitch Stein, co-founder, CEO and chief impact officer at Pond, and Kristin Giant, co-founder and chief growth officer of Pond, in this episode of The NonProfit Voice Tech Series. Listen to learn how they dispel common nonprofits tech myths and encourage nonprofit to shop for technology tools...