Nonprofits will face new challenges—and robust opportunities—as technology changes the way they raise money and communicate their messages.
Mobile devices, data gathering, and social networks are all growing in popularity and changing fast.
What can your nonprofit expect in the year ahead? How should your organization invest its limited resources to become more efficient? Which charities are making smart technological decisions that are worth emulating?
Read the transcript of a live discussion below that will help you develop a plan for making the most of technology in 2013.
Yesenia Sotelo is the founder of SmartCause Digital where she builds websites and runs online campaigns for nonprofits. She has helped nonprofits of all sizes develop digital strategies.
Amy Sample Ward is membership director at NTEN, the Nonprofit Technology Network, a membership organization that helps nonprofits use technology more strategically.
Peter Panepento, assistant managing editor at The Chronicle of Philanthropy, studies and analyzes the use of technology, social media, and data by nonprofits.
The Chronicle’s live discussions do not require registration. Simply return to this page at noon Eastern time on the day of the scheduled discussion and click on the box below to participate. If you cannot participate during the live event, the full transcript will be available afterward in the box below.