Tech is helping social service organizations gather better community feedback — here’s why that matters

Why It Matters

Organizations that fail to respond to feedback from the communities they serve will fail to adapt. In the midst of COVID-19, many organizations are using technology to reach their communities and gather feedback, in order to respond and keep pace with the support they need.

Is a social sector-wide tech upgrade possible? Leaders weigh in

Why It Matters

A vast majority of social impact organizations moved most or all of their work online in a matter of days back in March, and many are still struggling to adapt. It’s clear by now that the move to digital isn’t a temporary blip, so the sector needs a tech upgrade — quickly. And the funding to power it.

Bitcoin Donations: An Easy Fundraising Win for Your Charity

Why It Matters

As non-profits consider their options for even better fundraising in 2020, the most savvy of organizations should look to adopting a bitcoin donation program. It’s easy to convince leadership, easy to implement, and will bring new donors — and their money — to the organization.

Disrupting Donations: UNICEF Accepts Cryptocurrency

Why It Matters

Currently, a handful of non-profits accept and disburse cryptocurrency. As UNICEF becomes the first United Nations agency to transact bitcoin, what will it mean for other non-profits? And as for the Canadian organizations ahead of the curve: how is digital currency already benefiting them and their stakeholders?

3 Ways Technology is Accelerating Solutions for Homelessness

Why It Matters

In cities where the tech industry booms, homelessness and under-housing also tend to increase. Homelessness is already an issue that affects an estimated 235,000 Canadians each year. But according to three nonprofits, the same industry that’s contributing to these existing issues holds promise as an innovative way to build, design, and scale new solutions.