Note from Tierney: this month we are looking at different ways to receive payments online, so I asked CanadaHelps to provide some information about the service that they offer
CanadaHelps is a registered charity with a goal to make giving simple. Our mission is to engage Canadians in the charitable sector, providing accessible and affordable online technology to both donors and charities to promote – and ultimately increase – charitable giving in Canada.
Cloud computing has been around since the Internet, and everyone who is connected uses it one way or another. If you asked someone in a Polish NGO if they know about or are using the cloud, they probably wouldn't know what you are talking about.
During the month of October, join TechSoup Canada and the TechSoup Global Network for our Cloud Computing Worldwide campaign.
This month, we had Simon and Charles from ConnectAd come in and talk to us about Google Grants, which offers pay-per-click (PPC) advertising grant programs for non-profits and charities. The guys covered the basics of PPC during their time with us, and gave tips and ideas on how to improve your Google Grant application.
This post originally appeared on TechSoup.org's blog and was written by Michael DeLong, Online Community Manager at TechSoup Global
Voices from the Community is an ongoing series of blog posts culling popular topics of interest from the TechSoup Community Forums and other online community channels.
David Brydges, one of the attendees of this week's Toronto Net Tuesday on "Preparing for a Website Redesign" wrote this poem about his experience at the event. David is the Artistic Director for the Spring Pulse Poetry Festival, the largest poetry festival in Northern Ontario.
MEETING SUCCESS by David Clayson Brydges
The digital net was cast
into the Toronto city sea.
Tuesday eve all
captains and dreamers
A lot of non-profits are a bit intimidated by the idea of venturing into the video world, primarily due to fears about the cost. You don't have to hire a production studio, and you don't have to rent or buy expensive equipment. You can actually do it for no money at all! Here's how.
Last week, for the first time ever I stepped into an Apple store and sought the help from its Genius Bar for a hardware issue for a MacBook Pro (it was a known issue that affected models of a certain age and a particular graphics chip).