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Visme Launches Offering Robust Creative Content Creation Platform

Visme, one of the leading visual content creation platforms providing B2B and B2C teams with the freedom to create on-brand assets including presentations, infographics and more, today announced its newly updated version and availability to the public.


Tech Companies Work on Covid Vaccine Passport

Tech companies are joining together to create the Vaccine Credential Initiative, it will use  technology to give people digital access to their Covid vaccine record, reports CNN

With coronavirus vaccines now rolling out across the United States, businesses and schools are considering how, and what it will take, to safely resume in-person operations. 


Nonprofit Connects Covid Patients with Familiy

Nonprofit Covid Tech Connect gives away android tablets so families can visit with members who are hospitalized with Covid, reports Fox4KC.

One of the cruelest aspects of COVID-19, for those hospitalized with the virus, is the inability to stay in contact with friends and family.


Texas Teen Founds Vision Nonprofit

A Texas teenager has developed an app to help screen for vision problems, to go along with his app he’s also founded a nonprofit to help people get vision care, reports KXAN.

Soham Govande, a junior at Round Rock High School, foresaw his future when he was younger.


SoFi will go public via SPAC

Lending startup SoFi on Thursday announced that it had agreed to merge with Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings Corp V, a blank-check company led by investor Chamath Palihapitiya, in a deal valuing the company at $8.7 billion. 


Conference Goes Digital

According to Upper Michigan Source, the annual conference for Upper Michigan and Northern Wisconsin has gone virtual. 

The UP Nonprofit Conference provides nonprofit organizations in Upper Michigan and Northern Wisconsin the chance to network with other groups and learn new methods.


Boys and Girls Club Gets STEM Donation

According to Dayton Business Journal, the Dayton Boys and Girls club has received a $30,000 grant to support STEM learning. 

A Dayton nonprofit has gained new programming dollars to help encourage more interest in careers in science and technology fields.


Classy Helps Raise a Billion Dollars

According to Cision, online fundraising platform Classy collectively raised $1 billion dollars in 2020. 

Classy, creator of world-class online fundraising software for nonprofits, entered its 10th anniversary year by announcing that their nonprofit customers collectively raised over $1 billion in 2020, fueling social impact through a wide variety of causes including COVID-19 relief and social justice.


Nonprofit Brings Internet to Families

According to the Monitor, nonprofit La Union del Pueblo Entero is helping bring internet access to families that need it.

A local nonprofit provided 60 Rio Grande Valley families with access to the worldwide web via a campaign that provided either a $400 voucher for internet services or a computer for families who have never owned one.


Baltimore Nonprofit Works to Change Inequality

Baltimore nonprofit, HACK, is using technology to address disparities and digital inequality in the city, reports the Baltimore Sun. 

HACK Baltimore, a nonprofit using technology to address workforce development, health disparities, digital inequality and other city challenges, will open a headquarters at Power Plant Live at the Inner Harbor in the coming year.


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