2016 NTEN Community Challenge

By January 12, 2016nonprofit
NTEN Community Challenge

Jason Shim and Mark Hallman’s Fundraiser!

Technology can revolutionize social change. The opportunity has never been more apparent for nonprofits that the right technology tools and strategies can prove game-changing. But where can nonprofits access this information in this ever-changing digital world? How can they keep up and stay connected? How can they cultivate a thriving online community? That’s where you come in!

Mark & Jason at NTC in Austin

Mark & Jason at NTC in Austin, TX.

#NTCanucks

Jason Shim and I are two Canadian nonprofit techies who are raising money to ensure that nonprofits can access the resources, events, and community they need to make smart choices in technology.

A good community is hard to find, and that’s what makes NTEN truly special — the community’s commitment to helping each other do the best work they can to change the world. Funds raised will help to:

  • Bring in new members that may not be able to cover the cost of NTEN Membership
  • Ensure a diverse range of organizations can attend the NTC through scholarships
  • Support our worldwide Tech Clubs with more materials to enhance their experience
  • Develop new programs and resources for NTEN’s growing community

Technology for Social Change

NTEN is over 70,000 people strong and growing. It is the largest community of nonprofit professionals that use technology for social change, with year-round free or low-cost resources, articles, events, workshops, and research about the nonprofit sector – and they need your help! This year, we’re helping NTEN to raise their goal of $25,000 which will provide scholarships to 2016 Nonprofit Technology Conference (16NTC) and help to strengthen NTEN programs and publications offered throughout the year.

It takes a community to raise a nonprofit! Please donate today to help NTEN build a stronger network of nonprofit professionals that do more with less by leveraging technology to support their work.

Check out our fundraising page on Crowdrise and donate today:

Donate to the NTEN Challenge Now

Thank you,
Mark