NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network

A monthly roundup of our favorite nonprofit tech resources and other goodies.

NTEN is excited to partner with Mobile Citizen on a new research project to explore how online services and Internet access help you and your colleagues deliver services and programs, and connect you with your constituents.

It’s that time of year again- the DoGooder Video Awards are back! If you made a video in 2014 that had an impact in your community or around the world, we want to see it.

Check out the latest articles, news, and events from NTEN Members!

Help us recognize those who have offered their time, talents, and wisdom to help NTEN Community members and staff, and to thank them for their amazing contributions to the nonprofit technology sector.

Last year, NTEN Community Champions helped to raise over $36,000 to support the NTEN Community Challenge, which enhanced NTEN's program accessibility, including sending over 50 people to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) and the 2014 Leading Change Summit (14LCS) with scholarships. As we raise support for 2015, we wanted to share the impact of your donation from last year, from the voices of our scholarship recipients. Today, we want to introduce you to Johanna Cricenti, Program Coordinator of InnovATE (Innovation for Agricultural Training and Education), a USAID-funded project led by the Virginia Tech University Office of International Research Education and Development.

Last year, NTEN Community Champions helped to raise over $36,000 to support the NTEN Community Challenge, which enhanced NTEN's program accessibility, including sending over 50 people to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) and the 2014 Leading Change Summit (14LCS) with scholarships. To whom did the scholarships go, and what was the impact of your donation? As we raise support for 2015, we wanted to share the impact of your donation from last year, from the voices of our scholarship recipients. Today, we want to introduce you to Ivana Braga, Communications and Development Manager of Rede Amiga da Criança.

Last year, NTEN Community Champions helped to raise over $36,000 to support the NTEN Community Challenge, which enhanced NTEN's program accessibility, including sending over 50 people to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) and the 2014 Leading Change Summit (14LCS) with scholarships. To whom did the scholarships go, and what was the impact of your donation? As we raise support for 2015, we wanted to share the impact of your donation from last year, from the voices of our scholarship recipients. Today, we want to introduce you to Laura Baum, Rabbi & COO with OurJewishCommunity.org.

Last year, NTEN Community Champions helped to raise over $36,000 to support the NTEN Community Challenge, which enhanced NTEN's program accessibility, including sending over 50 people to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) and the 2014 Leading Change Summit (14LCS) with scholarships.

To whom did the scholarships go, and what was the impact of your donation? As we try to raise support for 2015, we wanted to share the impact of your donation from last year, from the voices of our scholarship recipients. Today, we want to introduce you to Ari Gluck, Director of IT, Children's Council of San Francisco.

There's just one week left in 2014 and we need all of the help we can get to start next year on the right (and well-funded) foot to support scholarships, membership and program accessibility, and the quality content that makes this such an amazing community. Join us in celebrating the incredible NTEN Community of over 50,000 participants by donating $1 (or $100) today. Here's a quick report on where the 2015 NTEN Challenge campaign is at today.