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Tech Matters, launched by Jim Fruchterman, will help nonprofits with technology upgrades, reports Inside Philanthropy.

Silicon Valley engineer and social entrepreneur Jim Fruchterman has launched a new organization called Tech Matters. With $1.7 million in funding from the likes of Schmidt Futures, the Peery Foundation, Facebook, Twilio, Okta and Working Capital, Tech Matters will implement systems-level changes for nonprofits in need of a technology upgrade..

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