Non-profits have different needs than for-profit businesses!
We understand that non-profits have different needs than for-profit businesses. Cash is often very tight, but volunteer help can be abundant. Many activities can’t be measured in ROI.
We want to help you make the most of your IT budget, as small or large as it may be. If you have volunteers who are willing to help, but aren’t available during the day, or need assistance with long-term planning, we’d love to fill in those gaps..
Are you maximizing the generosity of companies like Microsoft and Google? Both provide email/calendar/contacts/file hosting free for registered 501(c)3 organizations, and full versions of Microsoft Office can be purchased for a mere $39/copy. Other programs are out there for discounted software as well. We will help you navigate the paperwork necessary to apply for these programs.
The Center For Congregations is an Indiana statewide organization funded by the Lilly Endowment that seeks to support congregations in some very specific ways. Unlike some granting organizations, CFC seeks not to assist with capital projects, but to provide resources for things like consulting on and implementation of programs in support of a congregation’s mission. Resource Grants are in the form of 1:1 matching funds, and include clear guidelines and a straightforward application process, and best of all, the grants are non-competitive. Portions of a technology overhaul project can easily qualify for such funding and we can work with the CFC to make the process very smooth and straightforward.