BENEFITING: NON-PROFIT TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISE NETWORK
ORGANIZER: NON-PROFIT TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISE NETWORK
This video is only a teaser! Each donation will be rewarded with a little more of the video. This is a Bruno Mars remake of the Lazy Song I did at Dreamforce! Please show your support! NTEN and the community they support make a difference for nonprofits everywhere by helping them use their technology.
Nonprofit staff face countless challenges in their jobs. They are often put in situations forcing them to be a MacGyver and use duct tape, some paper and pure will to solve a problem. Even when they are given the right tools and good technology, they don't get the training or exposure to best practices on how to apply them.
Nonprofits need staff to have the opportunity to learn best practices, learn from a community and be exposed to new ideas around technology. Nonprofit staff need a community like the one NTEN helps create, nuture and grow.
NTEN has made a difference not in only in me, but in the orgs I have worked for, volunteered at and shared with. What I have learned and experienced by being a part of the NTEN and NPTech community has had a ripple effect across countless people and orgs.
Donating to NTEN is more than just helping people get involved in a nonprofit tech community. It is a chance to help a nonprofit staff person who has devoted themselves to a cause and needs your support to make a difference.
NON-PROFIT TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISE NETWORK wrote -
At NTEN, we believe technology can revolutionize social change. Every day we empower and equip the over 50,000 individuals in our community with the networking and technology resources they need to effectively carry out their work.
This season, we’re trying to raise $50,000 for our Community to help improve the accessibility of NTEN programming to nonprofit professionals that might otherwise not be able to participate.
Your support will also help to strengthen NTEN programs and publications offered throughout the year that are mostly free or low-cost: local Tech Clubs, online courses, NTEN Labs, original research, the NTEN: Change journal, and more. Specifically, your donations will help to send at least 50 people to the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference (15NTC) through scholarships, as well as the 2015 Leading Change Summit, and access to NTEN Membership, in-person events, webinars, and more.
As a member of one of our Tech Clubs said to us, “to change the world, you need a community.” And we couldn’t agree more. As a small nonprofit organization powered by just 11 full-time staff, we’re able to do more with less thanks to technology, and with your support, we can do even more to support all 50,000 Community Members and many more in 2015.
Please donate today to help NTEN build a stronger network of nonprofit professionals that do more with less by leveraging technology to support their work.
To donate directly through NTEN's website, visit www.nten.org/donate.