At Tech4Good SWFL we hold monthly events, convening changemakers to share ideas, learn from each other, and even collaborate on projects for real world impact. These gatherings provide a chance to connect for all those interested in the intersection of social technologies and social change.
Members represent nonprofit organizations and foundations, government agencies and service providers, designers and developers, innovators and social entrepreneurs.
Join us Tuesday, September 3 at 6pm for a round table discussion on Membership, Donor and Volunteer Management systems facilitated by Birgit Pauli-Haack, at Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 6340 Napa Woods Way, Naples.
The driving questions, just to begin: What are member organizations using to connect with members, donors and volunteers? Is there a way to avoid the silos and 15 spreadsheets and have a unified system? What are your needs? What are you using to meet those needs?
Bring your questions and curiosity to a discussion and talk through the various needs, suggestions on what works and how it works. And, as always, short demos and a list of resources on comparisons, insights, reviews and so on.
Don’t miss Membership, Donor & Volunteer Management!
5:30 set-up and new members
6:00 Dinner* & introductions
7:45 Q & A
8:00 The end and clean-up
“The Warm Up” ~ All first-time attendees will be greeted at 5:30 pm and will be introduced to our other members to help get the lay of the land, so to speak: What are Tech4Good, the agenda, and some of the routines we established throughout the meeting.
We invite all local nonprofit organizations to network, learn, test and explore new technologies, to exchange ideas and best practices. #nptech #t4gswfl #nptechclub #net2.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
We are thrilled that John Cunniff, attorney at Hahn & Law and specialized in Intellectual Property Law, will walk us through the legal aspects of using digital assets in videos and podcasts, and how to avoid the pot holes on the journey to live broadcast and radio on demand.