As society continues to evolve, propelling social change requires an investment in digital resources and the capacity to effectively and efficiently deliver a mission with maximum impact.
TechSoup is a recipient of a Truist Cares* grant to extend digital capacity building of nonprofits.
The Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG) recently published the Roadmap for Funders: Investing in Digital Infrastructure, authored in conjunction with NetHope, NTEN, and TechSoup, as a primer in building the digital capacity of both funders and their nonprofit partners.
The roadmap discusses ways to move forward in the transformation process, one of which is for funders to provide access to expertise. “Partnering with TechSoup,” says Lynette Bell, president of Truist Foundation, “allows us to support the digital transformation of numerous organizations at once. We’re helping to ensure they can access the technology tools and training they need. Enabling migration to the cloud and convening cohorts of nonprofits working on similar issues to co-design new technologies will help improve services and increase resilience in the communities we serve.”
You can access Roadmap for Funders: Investing in Digital Infrastructure here.
*About Truist Cares: Truist Cares is a cooperative effort between Truist Financial Corporation, Truist Foundation, Inc., and Truist Charitable Fund to provide communities, organizations and individuals disaster relief and assistance during the COVID-19 crisis.
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