Our members have accomplished so many amazing things over the past few weeks that highlighting them all is nearly impossible. Featured in this week’s round up are discounted conference registrations and new fundraising tools. NTEN members are even using The Hunger Games buzz to educate about real world food and water issues. Oh, and let’s not forget using GIS technology to better connect localities with programs and services. Check it all out!
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Think you can tell the difference between real life and the scary scenarios presented in The Hunger Games? Food and Water Watch has put together a survey to test your knowledge.
Last year, Semphonic completed the first Nonprofit Analytics Challenge. The Challenge involved fifty of the industry's top digital analysts who collaborated to solve real world digital challenges for two nonprofits: Oceana and United Way of the Bay Area. Semphonic then packaged up all of the “how to” knowledge accumulated during the challenge and created a free guide to using Google Analytics.
2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference exhibitor Click & Pledge introduced the first “QR PayCard”, which integrates the conveniences of QR code donations with pre-approved credit card payments. It even integrates with Salesforce!
Using GIS data has helped the YMCA of Metro Chicago better match local areas of need with their programs and services. They recently received a 2012 Computerworld Honor for their affective GIS implementation.
If you’re in NYC on April 3rd, you may want to check out Social Innovators Collective and General Assembly’s conference, Building High Impact Organizations for Social Enterprises and NonProfits. It’s a great opportunity to learn about building an organization from the ground up.
TabTimes has extended a special invitation for NTEN members for their conference, “How to Deploy Tablets in the Enterprise,” April 27, in New York City. Use the special code "tt1nten" to reduce the price of conference registration to $245.
Speaking of NTEN member discounts, you can also register for Interop Las Vegas at a special NTEN price! Use the discount code NTEN50 for a complimentary expo pass or a 50% discount on conference registration.
Lastly, NTEN would like to congratulate all of our members who were honored by The Global Journal as one of the top 100 NGOs in the country. Well done, and thank you so much for being a part of our community!