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Welcome to TechSoup Global community

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Global reach, local change

TechSoup Global, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was founded in 1987 on the belief that technology is a powerful enabler for social change. Since then, we’ve assembled a worldwide network of individuals and organizations that share this conviction. This network—one that you likely belong to—is working together to develop and share innovative solutions to our most urgent social challenges.

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Change happens in the space where people connect

We’re a nonprofit too

Civil society, NGOs, charities, social benefit organizations—we go by many names, but we’re working towards a common goal: changing our communities for the better. We’re finding innovative ways to help where no infrastructure exists to do so. For our 200 staff and all of our partners, nothing is more important than supporting the individuals and organizations who are working in their communities for change. More

Our currency is contribution

Our network includes foundations and corporations, governments and NGOs, social entrepreneurs and volunteers, and each one contributes to the health and resiliency of civil society. Do you want to contribute? If you have technology to donate, expertise to lend, or financial support to give, please join our network.

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Tweets from our global network

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We have so much to tell you...

TechSoup publishes our Year in Review FY2014

TechSoup Global is excited to announce the launch of our FY 2014 Year In Review.

TechSoup doubled our global reach last year to 112 countries. We continue to expand the depth and breadth of our programs from Caravan Studios to NGOsource— and to more to come in 2015!

You can check out this shiny new website here:

TechSoup Global’s Storymakers 2014 Gala

Nonprofits can change the world through storytelling.

High-volume and high-touch – a conversation on the Stanford Social Innovation Review

Today’s post on the Stanford Social Innovation Review Blog by John Cary includes an exploration of TechSoup Global’s international database of 609,000+ NGOs as a possible solution to the challenge of matching nonprofits to the flood of well-intentioned offers for pro bono help provided th

Engaging the values-driven segment of the 'sharing economy’ for the social sector

Over on the Stanford Social Innovation Review Blog, TechSoup Global Founder and Chief Instigator Daniel Ben-Horin muses about the materialistic and idealistic nature of the ‘sharing economy’ – and opportunities for its intersection with the social sector.

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A few words from our partners

New Zealand charities talk about the role technology plays in meeting their missions.


We’re a growing nonprofit just like you. Learn more about how we manage our own IT needs, and how we replaced sneakernet with Dell KACE.


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