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January 11 2011

22:12

Intro to Community-Driven Innovation at TechSoup Global

Hello NetSquared!

As a (fairly) new, lurking member of the NetSquared community, I wanted to introduce myself to everyone. I work for TechSoup Global, right alongside NetSquared’s very own Amy Sample Ward, Claire Sale, and Billy Bicket. I’ve been here since September and wanted to finally jump in here on the blog. This is an amazing community, and I’m so excited to be a small part of it!
 
As it happens, NetSquared falls under the umbrella of the Community-Driven Innovation team, a group at TSG committed to bridging the gap between the social/tech activist (like you guys) and the nonprofit (like all our friends over on TechSoup.org).
 
I’ll have more to share about our programs and plans in the coming weeks, but, true to our name, we’re all about listening to our community and driving programs based on your feedback, needs, wants, and fantasies. So I hope to learn more about you all while I tell you a bit more about me!
 
Here’s where you can find me:

 
I’m so glad to be aboard and look forwarding to getting to know NetSquared better! Feel free to reach out to me at any of the above entry points. I'd love to hear from you!
 
Laney Strange

 

May 17 2010

11:20

TechSoup Webinar: Make it Easy to Give By Taking Online Donations

Are you interested in taking online donations, but not sure where to start? This can be a very confusing process, with many options and it’s not easy to determine what the best solution is for your nonprofit or library. Attend this free webinar and learn about the different ways that you can raise money online and the tools to make it safe for your donors.

We will talk about ways to take donations, learn about related products that TechSoup offers, specifically Comodo, and hear about organizations using those tools.

This webinar is ideal for decision makers, development directors, website managers, or anyone interested in learning more about taking online donations.

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March 11 2010

16:53

Vote for TechSoup Global in The Financial Times-Justmeans Social Innovation Awards

Reposted from the TechSoup Blog:

TechSoup Global has entered The Financial Times-Justmeans Social Innovation Awards competition with winners selected by a panel of judges and presented in a New York City on March 23.

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March 10 2010

15:03

Help Link People After the Earthquake in Chile

In some ways, the impact of the recent earthquake in Chile wasn't as immediately obvious as that of the earthquake in Haiti. President Michelle Bachelet initially refused foreign aid, but as the death toll has grown, the need for an international response has become obvious. This week, the American Red Cross increased its original response pledge to a quarter of a million dollars.

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December 14 2009

10:01

TechSoup Webinar: What Should a Website Cost?

Are you thinking about revamping your website but not sure where to start? Are you working with a web developer but wonder if you’re paying too much? With all the tools and strategies available, it’s hard to know where to start and what to expect. Attend this free webinar where Allen Gunn, Executive Director of Aspiration, will share valuable information about:

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November 27 2009

10:20

TechSoup Webinar: Assistive Technology for Public Computers

Are you concerned about creating computer access for everyone? If so, you may want to consider using assistive technology. Not sure what this is or how it’s applicable to a public computer setting? This is the webinar for you! Kami Griffiths from TechSoup will interview Jane Vincent from Center for Accessible Technology. We will discuss hardware and software solutions, their costs and what it takes to get started.

This webinar is ideal for anyone who manages or volunteers in a public computer center, either in a library, housing development or social service agency. But also applicable to IT managers looking to better address staff needs.

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