Helping Veterans Thrive
Hero’s Deserve Help provides laptops and other technology to military veterans to help their transition to civilian life, reports the PV Times.
Pahrump resident Nathaniel Miller has lived in the valley for less than two years but already, he is making a big impact on the community.Read more...
Nonprofit Discounts from Microsoft
According to Microsoft, will be expanding its nonprofit discounts for public libraries and museums.
On an idyllic, bluebird day in downtown San Diego, visitors to the USS Midway Museum come aboard the historic aircraft carrier to learn about its 47 years of service history in the United States Navy.Read more...
Giving Satellite Imagery to Nonprofits that Need It
According to Planet.com, their nonprofit program puts satellite imagery into the hands of nonprofits that can use it to further their missions.
Similar to Planet, nonprofit organizations and NGOs are mission-driven, high impact organizations that aim to promote the common good.Read more...
Twin Cities Foundations Try Different Giving
Minnestota nonprofits benefit from foundations trying new types of nonprofit giving, reports Twin Cities.
When the Venn Foundation funds access to after school music classes, med-tech research at the University of Minnesota or the Minnesota Children’s Museum’s traveling exhibits, it expects the money back.Read more...
Comcast is committing to nonprofit storytelling, reports Comcast.
NBCUniversal today announced that it has launched the Creative Impact Lab, a new initiative that focuses the company’s social purpose on nonprofit storytelling and provides opportunities for apprentices from diverse backgrounds to hone their production skills.Read more...
Develop For Good Helps Nonprofits with Tech
According to Card Rates, Develop for Good matches technology students with nonprofits that need tech help.
Develop For Good provides opportunities for technology students and volunteers to gain experience by helping nonprofit organizations. Volunteers assist nonprofits in developing mobile apps and other digital elements.Read more...
Nonprofit Working to Make Ocean Exploration Affordable
Nonprofit Ocean Discovery League is working on a small affordable data capture unit for undersea exploration, reports Smithsonian Magazine.
Deep-sea exploration has long been largely a privilege of billionaires, fossil fuel companies, and a select few scientists from wealthy nations.Read more...
Charter Awards Technology Grants
Charter has announced $1.1 million in digital education grants to 47 nonprofits, reports TV Technology.
Charter Communications has announced $1.1 million in Spectrum Digital Education grants to 47 nonprofits working to enhance digital education, training and technology in local communities.Read more...
Per Scholas Offers Tech Training
According to Charlotte Inno, nonprofit Per Scholas is offering tech building skill to underrepresented community members.
A national nonprofit technical school with a Charlotte campus uptown is offering tuition-free tech training for people underrepresented in that industry. Nonprofit Per Scholas launched its tech skill-building program in Charlotte in 2020.Read more...
Panels Bring Drinking Water to Community
SourceGlobals hydropanels are bringing drinking water to a Texas community, reports WFAA.
An innovative, high-tech way to create clean and safe drinking water is being eyed as a tool to help the community of Sandbranch cope with a problem its dealt with for roughly 30 years: no access to a municipal water or sewage systemRead more...
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