TECHO, a youth-led non-profit organization dedicated to helping families living in slums, shares how a software donation from NetSuite.org has enabled them to manage their finances across 17 countries and focus on permanently eradicating poverty.
Taproot Foundation and NetSuite.org release a playbook for companies to maximize their software product donation programs' social impact by including employee-provided pro bono training and support
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Taproot Foundation and NetSuite.org released an easy-to-use Product Donations + Pro Bono Service Playbook. This playbook is designed for companies interested in combining pro bono service—donated professional expertise from their employees—with a product donation program, in order to maximize the social impact of their programs.
Jorn Lyseggen founded Meltwater in 2001 with only $15,000. As of 2016, the company has grown to serve more than 25,000 clients around the world and is now a global leader in the online media monitoring and analytics space. Encouraged by that success, Lyseggen, who believes that talent is everywhere, went on to create the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) to give aspiring entrepreneurs in Africa a chance to create successful companies and create jobs and wealth locally.
NetSuite.org, TechImpact & LightCMS co-hosted a fast-paced Twitter conversation to help nonprofits navigate their website design and development projects - including how to start your project, what to include and where to access free and low-cost resources.
My call with Sofia Brugnini, a project manager at NetSuite in Montevideo, Uruguay, to talk about her work as a SuiteImpact Ambassador, happened less than a week after a rare and powerful tornado tore through Uruguay killing four people and leaving hundreds injured and homeless.
Posted by Teryll Hopper, Communications Manager, Corporate Citizenship, NetSuite
When it comes to nonprofit capacity building, the needs of nonprofit organizations are as varied as the issue areas in which they work. And while there is no one clear definition for nonprofit capacity building, we think Peter York, CEO of Algorhythm, said it well when he defined it as “any activity that strengthens nonprofit performance and impact.”