On April 24th, 2019, Tech4Good Denver hosted "Your Nonprofit's Software Toolkit" at South Metro Fire Rescue in Centennial, CO.
Join Tech4Good Denver to learn how free or discounted software available for nonprofits could improve your organizations’s productivity, collaboration, and impact! Panelists will discuss software available for nonprofits, needs analysis, software selection, opportunities for nonprofits using Microsoft and GIMP. Walk away with an understanding of the tools available for your team and the skills to identify what software will work best for your nonprofit’s needs.
- Joseph Schieffer, Chief Technology Officer at A2J Tech Store-- highlighted “15 Tools in 15 minutes” including software tools that are free or very low cost for nonprofits. Click here for Joseph's presentation.
- Quentin DeWitt, from ERP Advisors-- discussed the impact of enterprise software, software needs analysis, and software selection to help your nonprofit identify the tools you need. Click here for Quentin's presentation.
- Rob Neumann, from Mile High United Way-- presented on GIMP, a free image-editing software alternative to Adobe and similar costly graphics programs. Click here for Rob's presentation.
Special thanks to Praseed Gopal, Dillon Miskimins, Claire Murray, Jaymee Peterson, Brooke Sewell and Sean Stevenson from the University of Colorado Denver for their assistance in planning and executing the forum! From Tech4Good Denver’s executive director, Louise Watson, "The Tech4Good Denver April forum was successful and we're proud of the work the CU Denver students did on our behalf. The students represented us very professionally and the organization was masterful. The content from the speakers sparked engaging comments and interaction with the audience. I'm confident that many nonprofits and professionals walked away with tools that will help them do their jobs and serve more people."