| 
  • If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • You already know Dokkio is an AI-powered assistant to organize & manage your digital files & messages. Very soon, Dokkio will support Outlook as well as One Drive. Check it out today!

View
 

Nonprofits - Technology

Page history last edited by reference 1 year ago

Technology - Nonprofits 

 

Center for Democracy and Technology

https://cdt.org/

Is a nonprofit that works to preserve the user-controlled nature of the Internet and freedom of expression. It has offices in DC and San Francisco, but also an international presence. It provides leadership and advocacy to help shape public programs.

 

Change.org
https://www.change.org/

Change.org is a web platform for petitions and and online activism. You can search for topics for petitions, such as animal rights, immigrant rights, or human trafficking. There are more than 85 million users in 196 countries that use the platform to change things in their communities, cities, states, or the world.

 

Child’s Play

https://childsplaycharity.org/site/index

Iis a game industry charity that is dedicated to improving the lives of kids in hospitals by providing them with games and consoles. Anyone can donate games to one of the 70 hospital partners that Child’s Play has. The organization provides an Amazon wishlist, and hospitals can apply to become a part of the network to get games for kids hospitalized.

 

Code.org
https://code.org/

This organization is dedicated to expanding participation in computer science and making it available in more schools by working to change policy to make STEM education and computer science part of the core curriculum in all grade levels.

 

Code For Progress
http://www.codeforprogress.org/

Code For Progress is a nonprofit dedicated to bringing women and people of color into the coding workforce through investment in technical training. It’s a year-long fellowship where participants are trained in coding and human centered design.

 

Computers for Learning

https://computersforlearning.gov/

This program "transfers excess Federal computer equipment to schools and educational nonprofit organizations, giving special consideration to those [serving children] with the greatest need."

 

The Guardian Project
https://guardianproject.info/

The Guardian Project makes simple, secure apps, open source libraries, and customized mobile devices for anyone, whether they are just a citizen, journalists, or humanitarian organizations, to safeguard their online work from interception and monitoring.

 

KoBo Toolbo
https://www.kobotoolbox.org/

Is a nonprofit developed by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative; it is an open source suite of tools for data collection and analysis for humanitarian emergencies.

 

NPower

https://www.npower.org/

Is a nonprofit dedicated to making technology for social good that has two main programs: Technology Service Corps, which includes technical courses, mentoring, and career development for underserved youth and veterans; and the Community Corps is a skills-based volunteering program connecting technology professionals with high impact nonprofits and innovative education through the web.

 

One Laptop Per Child

https://laptop.org/

Aims to power children through education by providing them with rugged, low-cost, low-power, connected laptops.

 

Tech Soup Global  - Technology Resources for Nonprofits
http://www.techsoupglobal.org/

Everything from setting up a new computer to nonprofit discounts, consultants, free downloads, and message boards are at this not-to-be-missed site. 

 

Go back to the Nonprofits Web guide main page.

Go back to list of all Newark Public Library Web guides

 

 visitors since 10/11/2018

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.