• Tech4Good Orlando - December

    Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

    This will be an in-person Meetup Agenda Review the mission of Pet Alliance Orlando - Fraily Rodriguez Discuss their needs for IT and volunteerism Featured IT Topic TBD

  • Tech4Good Orlando - November

    Location visible to members

    Agenda for this meeting will be the following Review progress the past few months Discuss the direction for 2018 - Discuss ideas for other types of Tech4Good meetups - Identify locations for January / February If you desire to host an event, please contact me Please use https://join.me/tech4good to join the meetup

  • Tech4Good Orlando October: Search Engine Optimization and Strategy

    Microsoft Store - Mall at Millenia

    The agenda for the 2nd meetup will be the following 1. Introductions 2. Overview of the host: Microsoft - Sunny Virella For this event, Microsoft will summarize all they can offer non-profits in the community - where they are and how a non-profit may be able to use them in the future. 3. Tech4Good topic of the month: Bing Search Engine Optimization - Sunny Virella - For this event, Microsoft will explain the strategies of Search Engine Optimization using Bing and its webmaster tools - how it can help the non-profit improve its reach. Our goal is to reinvigorate the IT Community in Orlando and provide support the wonderful non-profits in the community If you have any questions, or would like to get more involved, please email me directly

  • Tech4Good Orlando - September Meetup

    United Against Poverty

    We are re-starting the Tech4Good Orlando group and are looking for support. The agenda for the 1st meetup will be the following 1. Introductions 2. Discussion of the Tech4Good mission 3. Overview of the non-profit host, United Against Poverty 4. Beyond the Event: Creative Approaches to Peer to Peer Fundraising - Mark Becker Please reach out to me if you are interested in speaking/presenting a topic. In addition, we will be publishing a portfolio of services that IT experts can provide in the future

  • PARTNER EVENT: Microsoft Gives Back: Community, Education, and Philanthropy

    Microsoft Store - Mall at Millenia

    This event is organized by Orlando Tech4Good's friends at Microsoft. https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/store/locations/fl/orlando/mall-at-millenia/store-1013#eventid=[masked] Microsoft's mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. Since 1983, Microsoft employees have donated more than $1 billion, inclusive of the corporate match, to causes they care about; in 2016 alone, they gave $120 million to over 20,000 nonprofits. The Microsoft Store's are committed to giving back to the communities where we live, work, and play. Our stores offer unlimited free classes, events, and workshops for looking to stay ahead of the curve. Our store's also feature an in-store theater is readily available for private bookings and events, that will empower any group to achieve and do more with their business. Stop by the Microsoft Store to learn about our unique Community Program and find out how you can take advantage of these resources for free!Register now as space is limited.All attendees will receive 5% off any hardware purchase or 10% any software purchase, with our event attendee discount.

  • "Going Viral": How to Plan an Online Frenzy

    Downtown Credo at Florida Hospital

    We all remember the huge success of the "Ice Bucket Challenge", right? We also all know these types of multi-million hit campaigns are a dime a dozen. Mark Barker with Craft and Commerce will share with the Tech4Good community a few case studies on how nonprofits can plan for online impact. You'll hear about how a Chicago-based cancer prevention nonprofit, Bright Pink, took charge of their online message and marketing through a data-driven impact model inspiring over 100,000 women to complete a cancer risk survey...and the campaign is still going. Learn how you too can take your organization's initiatives beyond your expectations by leveraging data, social media, and online resources - cost effectively. This session is for nonprofit marketers, fundraisers, data-analysis professionals, and digital content creators. Bring plenty of business cards! Location will be announced shortly.

  • Orlando Gives - The Tech Way

    World of Beer

    Orlando Gives (https://www.facebook.com/Orlando-Gives-933649360035522/) and Tech4Good Orlando (https://www.facebook.com/Tech4GoodOrlando/) have combined to introduce a new way of giving to Central Florida ‪#‎nonprofits‬ (https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/nonprofits?source=feed_text&story_id=803019169832085). We shared a couple months ago that we've exclusively partnered with donasity (https://www.facebook.com/givedonasity/) and now you get to choose how and what you want to give. Do you build fancy websites and want to create one for a special nonprofit? Are you working on the next innovative app to help puppies find their furever home? Or do you want to donate money so a nonprofit can improve their online marketing and gain more visibility? Come learn more about how you can give your time, talents, or dollars to support a cause you care most about. Let's talk about what real impact looks like and come together as a community to strengthen Orlando!

  • Technologists Who Love Nonprofits

    World of Beer

    As part of our effort to provide additional resources to the nonprofit community, on February 17th we're hosting a social to give an opportunity to mix and mingle. Are you from the nonprofit world and want to learn more about tech resources in the area or you are a techie wanting to expend your talents to nonprofits and/or social enterprises? Join us from 6-7:30pm 2/17/16! The event location will be announced in early January. Please SAVE YOUR SEAT HERE (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/technologists-who-love-nonprofits-tickets-20085767070)! We'll help break the ice by sharing some ways we all can better work together and you'll even have an opportunity to announce any projects you have. We look forward to seeing you there! And, don't forget 2016 is the year of giving #orlandogives

  • CRM Features You're Probably Not Using

    Baldwin's Park Grace Hopper Hall

    Calling all nonprofits, Calling all nonprofits!! Join us Wednesday, January 20th for a session and discussion on built-in CRM (constituent relationship management) features, modules, and tools with a focus on Salesforce. There's so much a CRM can do to help improve supporter engagement, steward, and cultivate. Moreso, CRMs can help streamline vital every-day processes such as acknowledgement letters, internal communications, case management, and web-based integration. We will be joined by Tim Smith (https://www.linkedin.com/in/timsmith19) CEO & Co-founder of Basati (http://www.basati.com/), a firm specializing in Salesforce for Nonprofits. SAVE YOUR SEAT TODAY! (http://tech4goodorlando.org/events) Did you know Salesforce offers up to 10 licenses FREE for registered 501(c)(3) nonprofits?! Learn more at our event. Our event will be held on the second floor. Parking is available in the front of Grace Hooper Hall (along Meeting Pl.) and on the sides of Grace Hooper Hall along Kenan Ln.