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Managing and planning events can be a real challenge, most especially if you’re a little short-handed on resources, manpower or both! If you find yourself in a similar situation however, don’t panic! In this blog, I’ll be introducing you to our go-to tool when it comes to planning events; Eventbrite

From handling a mailing list, creating an event page and even sending out the invites; I know all of these seem to be both daunting and exhausting at first glance. But hey, with the help of Eventbrite, you’ll be able to easily manage all of these tasks under a single online dashboard!

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TechSoup is proud to announce our newest donor partner, Box.org. It provides organizations with the Box file-sharing, content management, and collaboration service.

See the Box.org Donation Program for details about this offer.

 

Is It Right for My Organization?

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Amazing news everyone, Google for Nonprofits (G4NP) is now available in over 10 different countries all across Asia! In partnership with TechSoup, Google for Nonprofits has expanded its reach to cover all six countries covered by TechSoup Asia (Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia) alongside Taiwan, Hong Kong, India and Macau.

Globally, Google for Nonprofits is active in over 41 different countries including the 10 new countries in Asia.

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At the end of every presentation that we hold in events, it is common practice for us to highlight a list of new and exciting things NGOs can expect from TechSoup in the days to come. Looking back at the fiscal year that was, I’m happy to tell you that you won’t be seeing some of the items in the list anymore – mainly because they’re now a reality!

 

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Annyeong haseyo, Korea! This past 30 June 2015, TechSoup has now formally launched a new platform catering for Korean nonprofit organizations! With tremendous support provided by in-country partner, NPO IT Support Center, nonprofit organizations in Korea can now access a variety of software donations provided by Microsoft and Box.

 

What’s Available?

Currently, TechSoup Korea offers donations from two donor partners. These include long-time TechSoup partner, Microsoft, and cloud storage provider, Box.

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This past 22 June 2015, Microsoft Philippines along with TechSoup Asia and implementing partner ASSIST, brought more than 100 NGOs organizations to the SGV Hall in the Asia Institute of Management in Makati, for the much awaited NGO Connection Day.

Regarded as an informative and an interactive event, attendees from various local NGOs in the Philippines were treated to a day filled with engaging talks and intimate table discussions, all centralized on the theme of strengthening NGOs through cloud tools.

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Are you looking to support grassroots organizations in Vietnam?  The Vietnam Causes website is the only online, searchable directory of local nonprofit organizations operating in Vietnam.

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Hi there!

I'm Eli, the Community Manager for TechSoup’s NetSquared, a global volunteer-run network of nonprofit technology meetups. Every month our chapter leaders bring together the local nonprofit community for live events that share best practices and case studies of how technology can be used for social good.

 

We’re currently looking for people to join our NetSquared community as co-organizers

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Creating online surveys or information blasts is quite easy nowadays thanks to cloud tools such as MailChimp or Survey Monkey. But, what if the community you’ll be reaching out to have neither an internet connection nor the devices to connect to one? Will your organization be willing to roll up your sleeves to go to the site personally?

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