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Case Studies

Opening the curtain on a new act at the Etobicoke School of the Arts

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.

Literacy Newfoundland and Labrador

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Rebranding an established non-profit can be a daunting task, even with the right tools at hand. Without TechSoup Canada, we could have never accomplished this feat.
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Mark Young, Communications Coordinator, Literacy Newfoundland and Labrador

Technology Comes to Toronto Wildlife Centre’s Rescue

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Before TechSoup Canada our network was like Frankenstein’s laboratory, and keeping it all running was an exercise of extreme DIY and creativity. A huge thank you to TechSoup Canada for providing such a great service and support system to non-profits.
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Scott Wight, Fundraising Coordinator, Toronto Wildlife Centre

How Cuso International uses technology to share their story

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A culture of storytelling is at the heart of our communications work and technology helps makes it possible.
Who: 
Sean Kelly, Head of Communications, Cuso International

Rexdale Women's Centre: Data-driven decison making

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With donations from TechSoup Canada we have more time to serve clients and can tailor our services to the community's needs.
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Rexdale Women's Centre

Managing Constituent Relationships: Four Case Studies

Who enables your organization to do its work? Most nonprofits divide supporters into categories: paid staff, volunteers, clients, donors, vendors, or advocates. However, real people often fall into multiple categories, and keeping track of their activities related to your organization can quickly get complex.