If you’re counting on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest to grow your nonprofit’s membership, you’re not alone. In a 2011 survey of top 200 charities, as identified by Forbes, 97% report having a Facebook presence, 96% a Twitter account and 92% are using YouTube. But are Facebook and Twitter the answer for growing your cause?
I don’t think so.
At TechSoup Canada, we believe that nonprofit organizations in Canada (registered charities or not) are changing the world every day. Making access to donated software available to the nonprofit sector as a whole has been a goal of ours since our launch in 2009.
Windows 8 offers some new features that may help your staff's productivity as well as the performance and longevity of your organization's computers.
To help you decide whether Windows 8 is a good fit for your organization, we’ve come up with four questions for you to consider.
We are thrilled to announce that TechSoup Canada won the “Minister’s Award” at the Ontario Trillium Foundation Great Grant Awards 2012. This award is given to organizations that demonstrate a significant impact on the community.
Communication was fragmented. The school was being supported by four websites and a monthly electronic newsletter. As well there were multiple Facebook pages and YouTube channels.
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.