What we're about

We host meetings every 4-8 weeks that have a 30-45 minute educational segment on a technology topic and then an hour+ of breakout sessions where Technology volunteers work with nonprofits on any current technology questions, issues, strategy, etc. around websites, databases (organizing, filtering, reporting on data), infrastructure/tech support, software questions, social media, information security, etc.

5 primary ways nonprofits can benefit from Techies for Good volunteers:

1. Overall technology audit/health assessment

2. Fixing small issues/bugs (EX. functionality on your website might be broken and need to be fixed/troubleshot)

3. Website additions/enhancements - small additions, like integrating PayPal or social media or adding a webpage/content, that could be accomplished in under an hour!

4. Education - Learning how to do certain things, like maintain website, utilize social media, etc.

5. New website or website overhaul/redesign - we only do this once a year, during our web development days, and nonprofits selected for these days have to have attended at least 2 Techies for Good meetings to be eligible

***To benefit from Techies for Good, you have to attend our MeetUp events/meetings!***

Know any nonprofits who need technology help? Invite them to this group!

Join our Facebook group via https://www.facebook.com/groups/bmoretech4good/ and/or follow us on Twitter via @TechiesforGood!

Welcome and we look forward to seeing you at a future event/MeetUp!

Techies for Good Team

Upcoming events (1)

Round Table: Managing, storing, consolidating, and finding non-profit data

For the 1st 30-45 minutes, we'll be having a group discussion around non-profit data, what to do with it, how to get it from all the various applications you use, and if/how to consolidate it. Techies will talk through some best practices, and non-profits will bring questions and share success stories. The 2nd half of the meeting will be small group breakouts helping nonprofits with any technology needs, which could include: auditing website to identify improvement opportunities, fixing bugs/issues, small enhancements like page additions, content tweaks, integrating plug-ins and/or social media, etc. Nonprofits - It is very important that you come prepared with an idea of what you need help with flushed out as best you can! Also, bring your computer and any log-in information for your website so Tech Volunteers have access. We'll have food (likely pizza) and drinks provided!

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