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Minneosta Backs Charity Incentives

According to the Star Tribune, Minnesota is one of the states backing federal legislation to offer tax incentives to those that give to charity.

Minnesota nonprofits and foundations are backing federal legislation that would offer a tax incentive encouraging more people to donate to charities


Grassroots Organization Gains National Recognition

To Ukraine with Love, which started as a grassroots way to directly help Ukraine, is now one of the most reconginzed nonprofits for Ukraine relief, reports KSL.

When Russia invaded Ukraine a year ago, Svitlana Miller's friends and neighbors turned to her to ask which charities they should donate to in order to send aid to her home country


Using VR to Train Auto Techs

Maryland nonprofit Vehicle for Change uses virtual reality to train future automotive techs, reports Repair Drive News. 

A Maryland nonprofit is showcasing how virtual reality (VR) can be used in schools and prisons to help train auto repair interns amid the skilled worker shortage.


Qgiv Hosts Conference

According to Global Newswire, Qgiv hosted its first annual conference for nonprofit users in February. 

Qgiv, a leading provider of digital fundraising software for nonprofits, hosted its first annual conference Feb. 26-28, 2023, at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando. 


Nonprofit Connects Community with Tech

Charlotte based nonprofit Computers for Community refurbishes old technology to give to community members, reports CNC. 

These days, technology is used for just about everything. Many people likely have several old devices laying around the house while others don’t have any access to computers.


PepsiCo Foundations Selects Changemakers

According to PR News Wire, the PepsiCo Foundation has selected the 2023 Black Changemakers nominees.

The PepsiCo Foundation and Doritos SOLID BLACK today announced 16 Black nonprofit leaders selected for the 2023 Black Changemakers program, a program developed to uplift Black community leaders and amplify their bold voices to showcase the positive impact they are making


EPA Opens Up Grants

The U.S. Department of Environmental Protection Agency will have grants available for nonprofits working to lower pollution, reports the Nonprofit Times.

The U.S. Department of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has provided the first public notice of its Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) program. Nearly $27 billion will be made available through two grant competitions that will fund clean energy and clean air investments. The two competitions are expected to launch this summer.


Nonprofit Brings Tech to Low Income Residents

Amesbury’s nonprofit TEK Collaborative, brings technology to low income residents, reports the Daily News. 

No one should be without modern technology, at least that’s what Amesbury resident Jeff Williams believes. It’s that belief which drove him to recently launch the nonprofit organization TEK Collaborative.


Affordable Prescriptions

Nonprofit Rx Outreach helps provide affordable prescriptions, reports Biz Journals.

It's no secret that the price of prescription drugs costs people more than just money, as millions struggle to pay for life-saving medications.


eMazzanti Helps Callisto Recover

Nonprofit tech company eMazzanti Technologies publishes a nonprofit case study on Callisto, reports PR Web. 

eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area managed services provider and nonprofit IT partner published a new nonprofit solution case study featuring Callisto.


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