Join us for a guided webinar about the Torch platform with the co-founders of Torch, Rick Greenberg and Mike Seiler.
In this two-part course, we help you understand how technology supports and enhances the programs, outreach, and infrastructure of the typical nonprofit—and the priority order for organizations needing to build capacity. We’ll then apply that knowledge directly to grant proposals and talk through how you should vet the technology portion of a proposal and the questions you should ask.
Join Bromelkamp Company to learn about how their software solutions facilitate the work of more than 200 grantmakers internationally, including private and family foundations, public and community foundations, corporate giving programs and more.
CNJG’s member directory is now online! Learn how to use this valuable tool to search for and connect with your peers. This webinar is for CNJG Members only.
We all have questions on security at our nonprofit organizations. This month CTO Matt Eshleman walks you through writing or updating an official policy – the questions to ask and the main issues your security policy needs to address.
This workbook to help you think through specific policies to manage your nonprofit’s risk. It contains prompts to help you create and document policies for the acceptable use of technology and networks, personal devices for work, how to provide IT guidance to “accidental techies,” how to respond to an IT incident, and how to recover your technology after a major disaster.
The Resilient Organization, developed by TechSoup with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, is a holistic guide to IT disaster planning and recovery. This e-book is intended for organizations that are preparing for a disaster, as well as those that need to rebuild and maintain operations after a disaster.
As nonprofit funding of news grows, what are the best practices for ensuring editorial independence? API has published two sets of broad guidelines of best practices, one for funders and another for nonprofit media organizations, which are the product of more than two years of work exploring the question.
This book is provides profiles of programs with positive results, including IBM’s P-TECH program and efforts at Valencia State College, and philanthropy guidance on possible points of entry in assisting “middle skill” job development.