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Nonprofits Could Change Social Media

Nonprofits could help change social media for the better, reports Tech Crunch.

The debate around social media’s impact on mental health is hardly new, but the conversation has recaptured the world’s attention in light of reports this fall that suggest Facebook has been well aware of the toxic mental health consequences of its platforms for teens.

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iWave Adds Relationship Intelligence

According to PR Newswire, iWave has launched a new intelligence feature called iWave Connections. 

iWave, the industry's top-rated fundraising intelligence platform, announced today that it has launched a proprietary relationship intelligence feature. 

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Nonprofit Helps Inuit with Ice Conditions

According to Mother Jones, Inuit communities are using technology from nonprofit SmartICE to monitor ice conditions. 

When Rex Holwell was a kid, early December usually marked a time when the ice would harden enough in Nunainguk (or Nain) for him to drive his snowmobile on the frozen harbor. 

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Nonprofit Provides Flooding Info

Nonprofit RISE is working with Waze, City of Norfolk and Floodmapp to give people a reliable way to find out about flooding, reports Wavy.com.

Do you ever wish your GPS could tell you where there’s flooding and which roads to avoid? Well, there’s now an app for that.

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Network for Good Acquired

According to the Nonprofit Times, Network for Good has been sold to a, as of now, unnamed nonprofit platform.

The corporate umbrella under which three of the nonprofit sector’s most recognized tech names were joined in August 2021 doesn’t yet have a public, branded name but that wasn’t a barrier to yet another acquisition.

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Nonprofits Take Advantage of Cloud Tech

Cloud computing could help nonprofits access technology more affordably, reports Biz Tech Magazine. 

For nonprofits, budgets may not always reach as far as their missions. But that doesn’t have to mean they can’t use the same technology tools as traditional businesses.

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DipJar Helps Organizations Raise Funds

DipJar helps organizations raise almost $5 Million dollars, reports MarTech Series.

DipJar, a giving technology platform, is applauding its customers on an outstanding and inspiring 2021. Over the course of the year, 2,130 organizations used 3,725 DipJars to raise nearly $5M.

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Nonprofits and NFTs

Nonprofits are receiving NFT donations with mixed results, reports AP News. 

On GivingTuesday, officials at New Jersey-based health care charity Sostento learned they would receive a donation of roughly $58,000 by the end of the week.

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Minnesota Loses 100s of Nonprofits

According to the Star Tribune, Minnesota saw over 300 nonprofits dissolve because of Covid-19.

After three decades raising money for clean water and other environmental projects, the Minnesota Environmental Fund will close its doors for good this year. So will Community Shares of Minnesota, which has funded social justice initiatives since 1978.

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Nonprofit Mixes Tech and Art

A Michigen nonprofit is blending art and technology, reports Click on Detroit. 

A new nonprofit arts organization is blending art, technology and life at its recently opened retail space and free gallery.

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