Unless you have unlimited money (and time!) you have to choose your technology projects carefully. Karen Graham shared info from the recent sector study about what kinds of technology are believed to have the strongest return on investment, then led a conversation about how to evaluate potential tech purchases and how to squeeze the most value out of them.
Karen Graham is the managing director of education and outreach at Tech Impact, a nonprofit that connects technology with social change, and the home of Idealware. She leads a team of researchers, trainers, and writers who create technology resources such as ROI in Nonprofit Technology Decisions, all designed to help nonprofit and philanthropic leaders put their vision into action.
Another great resource by TechImpact is The Consumers Guide to Low-Cost Fundraising Software
About Tech4Good SWFL
Since 2013, we hold monthly events at Tech4Good SWFL, convening change makers 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.
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