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In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, accessibility has emerged as a cornerstone of innovation. As technology infiltrates every aspect of our lives, it's imperative that we ensure inclusivity for all, particularly those with disabilities. Nonprofit organizations, with their focus on societal betterment, play a pivotal role in driving the development of tech solutions that cater to diverse user needs. This article delves into the significance of designing accessible and inclusive tech solutions within the nonprofit sector, with a special emphasis on people with disabilities.
CAN's commitment to prioritizing the success of Minority Led Organizations (MLO’s) starts with creating innovative opportunities to empower their growth. The Momentum to Modernize Grant (M2M) was created to provide technology that produces transformational resources for nonprofit infrastructure, efforts to scale, and implementation support. Having access to the CAN portal allows organizations to manage their intake, records, documents, and client files, migrate data to the cloud and modernize new and existing applications.
In the digital era, non-profit organizations are increasingly reliant on data and technology to carry out their missions effectively. However, this also exposes them to various data privacy and security risks. It is pivotal for non-profits to prioritize data protection to maintain the trust of their donors, beneficiaries, and stakeholders. Here are some key considerations for data privacy and security:
Social media has become a powerful tool for non-profit organizations to amplify their missions, engage with supporters, and create meaningful social impact. By leveraging digital platforms, non-profits can reach a wider audience, build communities, and drive action more effectively than ever before.
Promoting mental well-being through tech-based interventions has become increasingly popular and effective in recent years. Technology offers a wide range of tools and platforms that can support mental health, provide access to resources, and enhance therapeutic interventions.
The Fourth of July, or Independence Day, commemorates the United States' declaration of independence from Great Britain in 1776. The Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, asserting the colonies' separation. Early celebrations involved public readings, bonfires, parades, and fireworks, becoming a symbol of national pride. It became a recognized national holiday in 1870 and a paid federal holiday in 1941. Today, it represents the birth of the United States as an independent nation and celebrates its core principles of liberty, equality, and self-governance.
Pride Month is a month-long celebration observed in many countries around the world to honor the LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and other gender and sexual minority) community. It is a time for recognizing the progress made in LGBTQ+ rights and commemorating the Stonewall Riots, which are widely regarded as a pivotal moment in the fight for LGBTQ+ equality.
Technology plays a significant role in enhancing non-profit fundraising strategies in several ways. By embracing technology, non-profits can enhance their fundraising efforts, increase donor engagement, and amplify their mission's reach, ultimately leading to more effective and efficient fundraising strategies. Here are seven tech-related fundraising strategies for your non-profit:
CAN's commitment to prioritizing the success of Minority Led Organizations (MLO’s) starts with creating innovative opportunities to empower their growth. The Momentum to Modernize Grant (M2M) was created to provide technology that produces transformational resources for nonprofit infrastructure, efforts to scale, and implementation support.
Congratulations on completing your service in the military! Now that you’re returning to civilian life, you might feel overwhelmed by the prospect of transitioning back into “normal“ life.
CAN announced that they have received their 2023 Platinum Seal of Transparency with Candid, formerly known as Guide Star. The seal program is designed to advance confidence
### [Foundation for Financial Planning Announces 2023 Grant Recipients](https://ffpprobono.org/release-2023-1-25/) ##### **\***(https://ffpprobono.org/release-2023-1-25/)**Globe Newswire, January 25, 2023**:* FFP to issue $550,000 in grants in 2023 to support pro bono financial guidance programs for Americans facing financial hardship WASHINGTON, January 25, 2023: [Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP)](https://ffpprobono.org/), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding access to pro bono financial planning for people in crisis or need, has announced that it will award grants to 18 nonprofit organizations around the country, each working to deliver pro bono financial planning to populations who could not otherwise afford or access services. Benefiting pro bono clients will include families affected by cancer, military veterans, active service members and their spouses, domestic violence survivors, and more. Together, these organizations will benefit from more than $550,000 in grants that FFP will issue in 2023.
As a military veteran, moving to an unfamiliar city, getting a trusted real estate agent, sifting through countless homes on the market, and negotiating with sellers–you have enough to worry about in the home-buying process even before the home inspection happens.
Indigenous Peoples’ Day was designated a national holiday in 1923, and in 1971, the government declared
If you started running your own business after completing your military service, you probably expected that you would run into obstacles along the way.
The simple utilization of technology can mean the difference between success and failure in today’s nonprofit world.
On December 12th, 2019, a cluster of patients in Wuhan, Hubei Providence, China began to experience shortness of breath and fever.
Did you know that LGBTQIA+ Americans are more likely to be underemployed and underpaid than the general population, despite being more educated?