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Voluntech.org is a group of technical volunteers who donate their spare time and expertise to serve non profit and community service organizations. Their goal is to help community organizations in the New York City area take advantage of the latest computer and communications technologies so that they can operate at their peak effectiveness.
CompuMentor is a long time provider of low-cost, volunteer-based computer assistance for schools and non profits. They also offer reduced software pricing.
CharityFocus is a volunteer-run California non profit corporation which provides Web design and hosting for minimal administrative costs.
At Iowa State University, students in Adrienne Lamberti's Business Communications course spend their semester collaborating with non-profit groups in constructing professional communication documents, including Web sites, finance reports, grant proposals, and strategic analyses. If you'd like to have your project considered for inclusion in a future course, please contact Adrienne Lamberti.
CitySkills.org is the ultimate online destination for practitioners looking to conduct Internet workforce development. CitySkills.org is currently developing a comprehensive guide of curriculum, certification, best practices, and other resources for use by community organizations looking to train and place urban adults into Internet careers.
GuideStar works with MSDN Online, a Microsoft-sponsored community of Web developers, to connect nonprofit organizations with Web developer and design volunteers. Any organization registered with GuideStar can place a free classified ad for assistance with its Web site.
Community Technology Centers' Network is a network of more than 300 community technology centers located across the country which offer community access to computers and computer-related technology.
iComm is a nonprofit Internet service provider that donates Web hosting and email services to other non profits, community organizations, and charities.
The New York Foundation for the Arts administers an annual grants application process for non profit organizations in New York State seeking funds for the planning of telecommunications, digital arts and computer technology projects.
Tech News, a publication of the United Way of New York published this article to help non profits develop their own technology plans (helpful when applying for funds.)
Voluntech is a group of technical volunteers who donate their spare time and expertise to serve non profit and community service organizations. Their goal is to help community organizations in the New York City area take advantage of the latest computer and communications technologies so that they can operate at their peak effectiveness.
Impact Online (IOL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing volunteerism through the Internet. IOL offers VolunteerMatch, a matching service for volunteers and nonprofits, Virtual Volunteering, a research project on volunteer activities which can be completed over the Internet, and information and resources on volunteerism.
HEAVEN serves as an online portal to the worlds of civic involvement, volunteerism and philanthropy. HEAVEN encourages young adults to learn about issues, voice their views, and drill down on problems and come up with solutions--all the while taking concrete action to improve their communities and world.
Now part of the AmeriCorps national service program, VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) members take on long-term community-related projects, many of them technology focused, and receive a small stipend. The "Friends of VISTA" web site has a listing of VISTA opportunities all over the U.S.
GuideStar works with MSDN Online, a Microsoft-sponsored community of Web developers, to connect nonprofit organizations with Web developer and design volunteers.
Maintained by the New York-based non-profit Action Without Borders, Idealist is a mammoth directory of the Web's non-profit and volunteering resources.
iMentor is a youth mentoring program that matches students from low income neighborhoods in the Greater New York Metropolitan area with volunteer adult mentors and connects them via e-mail, video conferencing, and the world wide web.