Social good needs great technology. At TechSoup, we provide the connections, expertise, and resources to unlock the power of tech for social good.
If you work at a nonprofit, library, or foundation in the U.S., your organization is potentially eligible for donated or discounted software,hardware, and services through TechSoup. NGOs, social benefit organizations, and charities worldwide can also get offers through our NGO Tech Marketplace. TechSoup's catalog includes more than 375 products from over 100 companies like Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, Intuit, and Symantec.
TechSoup provides people around the world with the information they need to make smart decisions about technology at their organizations. Gain know-how from our blog, webinars, forums, and articles and how-tos. Keep up with the latest technology and trends delivered directly to your inbox with our free newsletters. If you're looking for information specifically for libraries, you can browse TechSoup for Libraries. Ready for in-depth knowledge? TechSoup Courses can take your education to the next level.
There's no substitute for connecting with like-minded people in person. That's why TechSoup's NetSquared program mobilizes community organizers to host local tech-for-good meetups all over the world. Attend one, or create your own.
Foundations, philanthropies, and donor advised funds have been using our NGOsource program for more than five years to scale their international grantmaking. We streamline the process of equivalency determinations and do the legwork, legal work, and paperwork for all kinds of benefactors. NGOsource's ED repository is constantly growing, which allows us to pass the savings on to the grantmaker. Ready to expand your giving internationally? Have a look at how NGOsoure can help.
We also work on the ground to create social good solutions. Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup, works with changemakers to build apps that help communities organize, access, and apply local resources to their most pressing problems.
To provide relevant support in communities all over the globe, we founded the TechSoup Global Network. This network of partner NGOs, who each care about building civil society capacity, implements the tech marketplace for their respective regions. The reach of this network enables TechSoup to deliver impact at scale in 236 countries and territories.
"TechSoup has been a very vital tool on our belt. The resources, information, and partnerships it provides have helped us grow our business and cut costs in places we'd otherwise be spending money."
— Amber Wakem, Start-Up! Kid's Club
TechSoup's mission is to build a dynamic bridge that enables design and implementation of technology solutions for a more equitable planet.