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NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why
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NPower Greater DC Region - What We Do and Why

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  • 1. iPods iPhones flat screens blackberries treos laptops
  • 2. In a world where having the “latest and greatest” is the norm…
  • 3. many nonprofits do vital work without the most basic technology .
  • 4.  
  • 5.  
  • 6.
    • “ 37 percent of small nonprofits have no salary expenses related to technology.”
    • “ 20 percent have an IT budget of 0.”
    • 2006 NTEN Nonprofit IT Staffing Survey
  • 7.
    • “ 70 percent of nonprofits say that recruiting IT staff is somewhat or extremely challenging.”
    • The Nonprofit Workforce Crisis: Real or Imagined?
  • 8.
    • “ 77 percent of nonprofits have annual revenue less than $1 million and many cannot afford IT staff.”
    • National Council of Nonprofit Associations
  • 9.
    • “ No technology, no tomorrow.”
    • National Genealogical Society, Applicant for the 2007 Technology Innovation Award
  • 10. NPower Greater DC Region
  • 11. Putting technology “know-how” in the hands of nonprofits since 2003.
  • 12. 15,000 hours of technology consulting and support
  • 13. $1,000,000 in software donations from Microsoft.
  • 14.  
  • 15.
    • We help nonprofits
  • 16. Advocate
  • 17. Collaborate
  • 18. Communicate
  • 19. Evaluate
  • 20. Innovate
  • 21. and Fundraise
  • 22. so they can better serve our community
  • 23. Over 150 clients including
  • 24.
      • America Speaks
  • 25.
      • Capitol Hill Computer Corner
  • 26.
    • Community of Hope
  • 27.
    • Phillips Collection
  • 28.
    • The Eurasia Foundation
  • 29.
    • Potomac Conservancy
  • 30.
    • Community Council for the Homeless at Friendship Place
  • 31.
    • Save Darfur
  • 32. Join us in bringing the power of technology to more nonprofits.
  • 33.  

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