I recently took the helm of an educational science nonprofit. Like any good technocrat, my first instinct was to find tools to automate and streamline our management and communications infrastructure. Just about every major tech company advertises—sometimes loudly, sometimes selectively—that they provide free or discounted services to people doing good work, but finding and accessing those resources can be tricky. But it’s worth it if, for instance, you want to get Microsoft Office for your nonprofit at a 95% discount.
Thankfully, there’s an organization that acts as a clearinghouse for such things: TechSoup. Although TechSoup makes accessing such resources much easier and it’s a great deal, it can be difficult to make good use of it. Here’s how TechSoup works.
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