TechSoup is the technology web site for nonprofits created by CompuMentor, a not-for-profit technology capacity building organisation. Each month, TechSoup receives more than 400,000 visits from people in more than 190 countries worldwide who are looking for NGO technology know-how, advice and products to achieve their missions. TechSoup features more than 400 how-to articles on 14 technology topics, 15 community discussion forums, a technology news section, and the TechFinder service provider directory.
Not-for-profits in the U.S. and Canada also have access to TechSoup's technology product philanthropy service, TechSoup Stock, and through a network of local partnerships with charitable technology assistance providers in other countries. TechSoup Stock currently provides access to donated and discounted technology products from over 25 leading providers such as Cisco, Intuit and Microsoft for a small administrative fee. Since its inception in January 2002, the service has distributed more than 1.7 million products to 50,000 nonprofit organisations and freed up over $400 million for other uses.
CTT has partnered with TechSoup as part of a global TechSoup Technology Donation Programme, through which a group of corporate donors will provide technology product donations to nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) or charities in a growing number of countries worldwide. The program intends to offer NGOs and charities easy access to a broad range of essential technology donations through a central, trusted resource. The ultimate goal is to strengthen the organisational capacity of NGOs and improve their ability to meet the ever-increasing needs of their communities.
Find out more about the CTX Programme and TechSoup's partnership with CTT.
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