07.25.2006 – Technology, especially newer tools, can extend reach of small nonprofits. With a modest amount of planning and management, technology lets nonprofits spend more time pursuing their missions, and can even provide new and innovative ways to do that.
07.25.2006 – Interplast uses technology to spread the word, improve patient care. With a home base in Mountain View, Calif., and children in need of its services spread across the world, Interplast is constantly looking for ways to broaden and improve its work.
07.25.2006 – American Cancer Society uses new technologies to serve constituents. Preventing, curing and treating cancer, as well as educating the public about the disease and its causes, is the goal of the American Cancer Society, and technology is a big part of making all that happen.
07.25.2006 – Market demand generates opportunities for tech funding and services. In the information economy, nonprofits are finding a growing number of market solutions to help them acquire and maintain technology.
07.25.2006 – Jeff Forster talks about nonprofits’ use of technology. Strong communications, supported by information technology, help nonprofits maintain the relationships that are so important to their survival.