Become a social impact investor for as little as $50.
Powerful online grantseeking tools and resources
Web-based time tracking service
Desktop spam filtering software
Fundraising and donor management software for small to medium-sized organizations
Software for building database applications for desktops, the web, and mobile devices (electronic delivery only)
Auxiliary cable for connecting a PC to the console port on an Aironet access point or wireless controller
Keyboarding instruction software with voice and video features for Windows and Mac
Application for creating, controlling, and exchanging secure, high-quality PDF documents
Human resource tracking software (electronic delivery only)
Content- and constituent-relationship-management software (electronic delivery only)
Basic financial management software for organizations with fewer than 10 employees that use Macs
Financial management software for small-to-medium-sized organizations that use Macs
Financial management software for small-to-medium-sized organizations
Basic financial management software for organizations with fewer than 10 employees
Financial management software for small-to-medium-sized organizations that use a Mac OS X network
Accounting and financial management software with a choice of six editions
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Are you ready to take your nonprofit, charity, foundation, or public library's creativity to the next level? We explain everything you need to know before taking the leap to Adobe Creative Cloud.
Check out the essential features you should keep in mind when choosing a mobile phone or tablet, as well as tips on looking for a carrier and a data plan.
Whether you're a novice or an advanced user, you'll find many of Excel 2013's new features useful at your nonprofit, foundation, charity, or library. Most of Excel 2013's updates are designed to make crunching numbers and analyzing data faster and easier.
If you decide your nonprofit or library is ready to switch to Microsoft's Windows 8.1 operating system, it is time to make an upgrade plan. Verify that your systems meet the technical requirements and let us walk you through steps to take before and during an install.
Mobile devices are handy for working in the field and on the go. But should you choose a tablet or a laptop — or a hybrid of the two? We cover the pros and cons of all the options.
The newest version of Microsoft Office is an overall improvement from previous versions, with new features and a refreshed user interface. Eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries can now request donated Office software through TechSoup.
Outlook 2013, part of the latest version of Microsoft Office, has a spruced-up look and new features that will make your work life easier at your nonprofit or library and help keep you organized. In this article, we highlight some new features and direct you to donations of the newest Office suite.
Nature Consortium is dedicated to preserving Seattle's forests as well as its artistic heritage. Through free youth art classes, music festivals, and forest restoration projects, Nature Consortium is focused on building community. In order to run all of these programs, the organization relies on technology donations from TechSoup, especially Adobe and Esri products.
To help you decide whether Windows 8.1 is a good fit for your nonprofit or library, we've come up with four questions for you to consider.
The newest version of Word, Microsoft's ubiquitous word processing application, has a host of helpful new features that go beyond its shiny new look. Eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries can now request donated Office software through TechSoup.
In PowerPoint 2013, Microsoft's presentation software, you will find new tools, sharing features, and a redesigned interface. OneNote 2013, Microsoft's note-taking software, goes mobile and gets some new features for taking richer notes.
Is your staff spread across several locations? Do you have a limited budget for IT support like installations and upgrades? Do your staff and volunteers want to do their work on personal devices like smartphones or tablets? Are you tired of maintaining an in-house Exchange server? Then Microsoft Office 365 Nonprofit may be right for you!
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Learn how organizations are using microblogging platform Twitter and social-networking site The Point for creative problem-solving at next week's Net Tuesday Meetup in San Francisco on January 8. This...
ClickZ offers its predictions in its Official 2008 Web 2.0 Buzzword Forecast , which paints a picture of the Web 2.0 landscape in the coming year. While written with commercial sites in mind, many of ...
If your nonprofit is considering expanding its online community beyond online forums, email lists, and other traditional social-networking formats, Susan Tenby offers some interesting insights into us...
Tactical Technology Collective has published a new guide called Visualizing Information for Advocacy: An Introduction to Information Design . It describes how advocacy groups can use "pictures, symbo...
Have you kept your new year’s resolutions to improve your nonprofit through technology? If so, you could be eligible to receive a $25 gift card. If you’re a member of TechSoup’s mailing list, you’ve ...
TechSoup President and Co-CEO Daniel Ben-Horin shares his thoughts on what's to come in the Chronicle of Philanthropy's predictions for 2008 , a roundup of opinions from nonprofit leaders including Go...
This past fall, TechSoup published a list of tips for turbo-charging your Google search . Today, Lifehacker explores some additional, lesser-known search tips for finding what you want, including how ...
Nonprofits that work internationally and who require long-term, wide-scale data on various issues relating to their countries of operation may be interested in checking out the newly released UNdata.o...
The Atlanta-based tech support nonprofit TechBridge , has developed a new online crowdfunding website called the TechBridge Nonprofit Exchange for U.S. nonprofits to raise funds for technology projec...
'Tis the season for New Year's resolutions. And along with those resolutions to floss regularly and get more exercise, it's a good time to set forth some technology intentions for the new year. Backup...
TechSoup's growth capital campaign offers three components for nonprofits. Discover more insights about the campaign from the early investors.
Learn about the new Microsoft 365 Business license offer for nonprofit organizations and how TechSoup can help optimize this and other cloud solutions.
GrantStation is a powerful tool that can help you to expand your grant research and streamline the grantseeking process for your nonprofit. Read more!
Zero-trust security can help your nonprofit to manage multiple accounts with higher security. Find out what it is and how you can use it.
Discover more about the Cooperative Technology Platform being developed by TechSoup, a hybrid of an innovation platform and a transaction platform.
Find more about what blockchain is, some examples of philanthropic blockchain projects, and the current state of blockchain and Bitcoin in philanthropy.
At TechSoup we are empowering nonprofits to use technology for good. Now we are announcing the VMware for Nonprofits program. Read more about it!
Read more about Xinampa and their open-source platform, which could help save hundreds of lives, get justice for the marginalized, and more.
Because video continues to be a powerful medium to engage with nonprofit donors and supporters, it's time to find out more about this type of content
Discover 27 notable solutions that might help you in the day-to-day operations at your nonprofit. You can find some of them at a lower cost at TechSoup!
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Please help! I am trying to download my Adobe Acrobat 8.0 Win donation to a pc running Vista. I downloaded what I believed to be the patch (dated in October?) and it is in the downloads file on the co...
I originally registered my organization 2 years ago with an email address that is now old. And I don't remember the password to sign on and change it. How can I get my password and update the email ad...
I purchased a copy of Exchange Server 2007 Standard Edition last November and have only today pulled it out of the packaging to begin installing it, only to find the disk defective and unreadable in a...
How do we remove a registered agent from our organization? A board member recently resigned and is no longer affiliated with the organization, yet she is the only registered agent. She will not cooper...
I was wondering if anyone could help....I recently purchased the Windows XP upgrade from techsoup. I received three different installation CD's and no instructions. Do I need to install all three and ...
Received By the Cup, but the lead article on social networking is missing. Please post it. Thanks.
Apple has just started taking pre-orders for MS Office 2008 for Mac. Do we know when this will be available here?
Can anyone help me find training for nonprofits on SharePoint? Thank you!
Could you please tell me how many times this program can be loaded. We have more than one computer that needs to be upgraded. Is buying the software once enough? Thank you.
I'd like to get the Logitech V250 wireless mouse with number pad, 9675380403, but the specs say it can be used with Windows 2000 or XP--no mention of Vista. I know it's an older (2005?) product. Will ...
I am in need of Crystal Reports X because my current accounting software only runs on Crystal Reports X. The current version available through TechSoup is XI. Does anyone know if the license for XI is...
When installing Giftworks, I am installing onto our server - Drive Z - with the intent of my three colleagues and I being able to access the software from one central point for ease of file management...
We had a name change last year and I believe it was necessary to go through a re-qualification -- I can't seem to login with either. Can you help -- Center for Positive Aging in Lower Merion -- PALM f...
I represent a small Canadian charity that is concerned with animal rescue & abuse prevention. We accomplish our goals primarily through a Humane Education initiative within our local school board & an...
Is it possible to get just excel 2007, or do you have to get the whole office suite 2007?
I know that TechSoup does amazing work with non profits but do you offer discounted software to students?
Is there a site where my students can post their web pages developed in class?
Just want to say thank you for this wonderful resource. Ose Schwab
Does Tech Soup sell Online Meeting Software with web-cam capabilities and do you sell any kind of "calendar sharing" software?
Microsoft Small Business Server User CALs (Client Access Licenses) are usually sold in packs of 5. However, Windows Terminal Server User CALs does not indicate this. Does this mean we have to purchase...
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Wondering how recent updates to the Microsoft Donation Program may affect your organization's eligibility? This short video may be for you! Topics covered include an overview of eligibility rules, special rules for public libraries and faith-based organizations, organization types recently made eligible, and a tour of TechSoup's Eligibility Quiz.
Do you want to know more about the broad range of software Microsoft donates to nonprofits and libraries through TechSoup? Watch this webinar to learn about the benefits and details of the Microsoft software donation program. Whether you’ve already received a Microsoft donation or are contemplating your first, this webinar will help you make the most of your Microsoft software donation.
Social media has dramatically changed how nonprofits and libraries communicate with supporters, donors, and volunteers. Most nonprofits now use social media in their communications and development strategies, but few have been properly trained on how to best utilize these tools.
Proper digital security is an essential piece of building a trustworthy nonprofit organization. In this webinar, you’ll learn practical tools that your organization can use to ensure online security.
This free webinar will share cool and interesting things other organizations are doing on Facebook and how they can be applied to public libraries. From basic engagement to buying ads, Jamie Matczak, continuing education, youth, and public information coordinator at the Nicolet Federated Library System in Wisconsin, will share 15 ideas on improving your library's Facebook page.
Join us for an in-depth review of digital data from nonprofits and explore what’s working and what’s changing for online fundraising, advocacy, and marketing.
This webinar will reflect just-published information on grants, grantseeking, and trends and will assist you in planning for 2019 – 2020.
Every website gets stale and needs updating. Learn 27 ways to instantly improve your website. This webinar will cover Topics ranging from content to security and beyond.
Learn what it means to be in the cloud and discover ways to get your nonprofit cloud-ready. Nonprofits will also learn strategies and examples of how nonprofits and libraries can make the migration.
You don't have to be a designer or spend a lot of money to engage more supporters and raise more money online. We walk you through five important online fundraising best practices that can be quickly and easily implemented for fundraising season. We illustrate each using LightCMS, a website management tool available on TechSoup that requires no software to install and no server to maintain.
This webinar will walk you through five things that every nonprofit should consider about its website and will give practical advice on how to make yours better.
We share a few "hidden gems" of TechSoup's programs, so you can get the full range of donations to support your nonprofit, library, church, or foundation technology needs.
Using Silk's simple visualization tools, you can make your data understandable and beautiful. Silk is for anyone and everyone — from the seasoned data cruncher to the inexperienced staff member! With Silk, you can turn your data into a story your donors and supports can appreciate and share. Alex Salkever, creator of Silk, will demonstrate five simple tips for using Silk during this free one-hour webinar.
You dream of a strong, vibrant community and have a sense of how to make it happen. But how can you rally the funds you need to connect your vision to action?
In this 60-minute webinar, you will learn nine key areas that every ED should master to be successful.
People-OnTheGo's Pierre Khawand explores the capabilities of different social media platforms, and discusses ways in which nonprofits and libraries can use them strategically and purposefully to achieve significant results.
New to Adobe or looking to increase your Photoshop skills for your nonprofit or library? Look no further! Spend an hour in this free webinar with one of TechSoup's in-house hacker-come-designers, Wes Holing, where he shares some of his favorite tips and tricks while using Adobe Photoshop in the cloud. Demonstrated with Adobe Creative Cloud.
If you already have an elementary knowledge of Adobe's Photoshop, this free, one-hour presentation will help you build on your foundation and increase your basic design terminology. This webinar is designed for beginners who have some experience in the program and want to learn more about working with images. TechSoup’s content developer, Wes Holing, will demonstrate advanced fundamentals including how to work with layers, using the magic wand effectively, changing backgrounds, and more.
New to Photoshop and looking for an introduction to commonly used features of this powerful design program? This free, one-hour presentation will help you build a foundation for using Photoshop and understand basic design terminology. TechSoup's senior content developer, Wes Holing, will demonstrate beginner fundamentals including how to manipulate images, create layers, and more!
Still fairly new to Adobe Photoshop or wish you had a better handle on the basics? TechSoup's in-house Adobe novice-turned-pro Wes Holing shows how to use some Photoshop filters and tools to improve your images.