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Tech Giants Make Top 50 List

The top 50 donors to nonprofit causes has several major players in the tech industry, reports the Chronicle of Philanthropy. The founders of Amazon and eBay made the top 5 with $2 billion and $392 million, respectively.


Utah Tech Leaders Commit to Schools

According to Deseret News, Silicon Slope a Utah nonprofit tech advocacy group has committed  $5 million dollars to bring improved technology into Utah schools.


Students Use 3-D Printer for Good

Louisiana High School Students are pairing with a 3-D printing technology company to make prosthetic hands for disabled children, reports the Miami Herald.


Knight Foundations Gives to Local Journalism

The Knight Foundation has committed $300 million dollars to support local journalism, reports Fortune. This includes giving $20 million to the American Journalism Project.


Using Tech to Tell Story

According to BizTech, nonprofits can utilize virtual reality and data visualization to tell their narrative.


Apple & Nonprofit Help Find Tech Jobs

California nonprofit Dream Corps, is teaming up with Apple to help underrepresented community members find tech jobs, reports Cult of Mac.


AI Nonprofit Declines to Release Research

According to the Guardian, OpenAI, the nonprofit started by Elon Musk to research artificial intelligence, has chosen not to release the latest AI text generator. They are fearful it could be misused.


Reno Nonprofits Can Get IT Makeover

Microsoft’s Reno operations and IQ Technology Solutions have announced the 11th annual nonprofit makeover event for local nonprofits, reports the Reno Gazette Journal. Chosen nonprofits will share $20,000 in IT Makeovers.


Check Your Sender Reputation

A nonprofit’s sender reputation can impact whether fundraising emails arrive in the donor’s inbox, reports the Nonprofit Times.


Nonprofits Embrace Technology

Nonprofits are beginning to embrace both the cloud and data analytics, reports the Nonprofit Times. Read more...

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