• August 1, 2014

How to Convince Donors to Pay for Tech Needs

Tuesday, November 27, at noon U.S. Eastern Time

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Technology can help charities be more efficient, spread the word about their programs and goals, and help more people.

But many organizations have a difficult time raising enough money to invest in technology projects—especially since donors are often more focused on supporting services than infrastructure.

Join us on Tuesday, November 27, for a live online discussion that will explore how to attract donors and grant makers who are willing to support technology projects. We’ll also share examples of nonprofits that are using technology to advance their missions in innovative ways.

The Guest

Mark Ebner is a research associate at CEOs for Cities where he works on the Change by Us project. The project, which builds websites that help residents connect online and take action to improve their cities, recently received a $590,000-grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Tara D. Sturm is communications manager at CEOs for Cities, a nonprofit that connects urban leaders with ideas about how to improve American cities.

Jeremiah Hall is a correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor who covers nonprofits and philanthropy.

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