501 Tech Club Boston (Boston, MA) is part of NTEN’s 501 Tech Club program.
Boston is a hub of nonprofits and technology. The Boston 501 Tech Club taps into the energy at the intersection of those sectors…and provides a platform for learning, networking and advancing best practices. The club is the local chapter of the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), collaborates with Boston-area organizations and institutions for thought-provoking programs, and runs some highly enjoyable social events.
The club is an open organization with no membership requirements or fees. What we need most are ideas, suggestions, and insights from the community we serve. To start 2016, we are hosting a special open board meeting on the evening of Tuesday, January 12th at 6pm for everyone to share their ideas on how to move Boston to the forefront of innovation and user experiences in nonprofit technology.
If you want to make more effective use of technology in your nonprofit…this session is for you. If you’ve been confounded by complex nonprofit applications…this is your chance to start making things easier and much more productive. If you think that Boston really needs a user-driven technology resource for nonprofits, bring your ideas and business cards.
We’ll meet at the Annkissam office on the 4th floor of 262 Washington Street in Downtown Boston. Light refreshments will be served from 6-6:30, with an opportunity to talk with others who are interested in nonprofit technology. We will begin the board meeting promptly at 6:30 and have an open discussion until 7:30, at which point everyone is welcome to go around the corner to Scholar’s on School Street for a happy hour.
Special thanks to…
We’re very excited about our partnership with 501 Partners. Their generous sponsorship is making this event possible. Thank you 501 Partners!
501 Partners provides salesforce solutions to the nonprofit sector. To learn more about them visit 501 Partners website.
Annkissam is also a co-sponsor of this event, so thank you Annkissam!
Annkissam provides consulting services that help non-profits and social enterprises manage their operations and technology. To learn more about them visit Annkissam’s website.