May 20, 2016

Participate in the 2016 Technology Staffing and Investments Survey!

Are nonprofits using technology in their strategic plans? How do nonprofits budget for technology needs? Help us answer these questions and more by taking our 10th annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments survey!

Share your experience and take the 2016 Nonprofit Technology Staffing & Investments Survey! Everyone who takes the survey will be invited to enter a drawing for a $500 VISA Gift Card.

Each year, we conduct our Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments survey in order to provide benchmarks and qualitative data about technology decisions and practices among our community. Data from previous surveys has helped nonprofit leaders answer challenging questions by providing greater context of what similar organizations are doing when it comes to staffing, budgeting, planning, and spending.

But to get this information, we need your help! Please participate in the 2016 Nonprofit Technology Staffing & Investments Survey!

The survey should take about 20 minutes to complete. Your answers will remain anonymous and will be reported in aggregate only. A report based on the findings from this survey will be made available as a free resource for the nonprofit sector.

Thanks in advance for your participation in this research initiative for the nonprofit sector!

Allison Jones
Allison is a Brooklyn girl, currently living in Jersey, who’s passionate about making the world a better place. Before joining NTEN, she worked at Idealist.org where she launched and managed Idealist Careers, a publication for purpose-driven professionals. She’s also written extensively about social impact careers for publications like Fast Company, Business Insider, Huffington Post, and more. She’s thrilled to bring her love of marketing to NTEN to help nonprofits use technology to fulfill their missions. When not working, you can find her gossiping with her colleagues, making a mess in her kitchen, or hanging out with one of her five younger siblings.
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