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D.C. nonprofits: Compete to win $7,500 through 501cTECH’s 2014 Technology Innovation Awards

Hey D.C. nonprofits! 501cTECH wants to hear your idea for an innovative new technology project, and they are giving $7,500 to the three ideas which dazzle them the most.

501cTECH's 2014 Technology Innovation Awards

The 2014 Technology Innovation Awards this year will recognize one DC-area nonprofit from each the following three cause categories:

  • PreK-12 and STEM Education
  • Skills to Succeed and Workforce Development
  • Veterans and Military Families

Fill out this simple application before June 30th, and a panel of judges will decide whether or not your idea should win $7,500 and a free 501cTECH consultation.

To learn more, check out their flyer and register for a free 30 minute webinar being held TODAY, June 23, at 4:00 PM ET.

 

PICnet CEO and Co-founder, Ryan Ozimek, named Salesforce MVP

Congrats to PICnet’s own CEO and Co-founder, Ryan Ozimek, on being named Salesforce MVP today.

Ryan Ozimek, Salesforce MVP
As noted in the Salesforce.com announcement:

The MVP Program has been around since December 2011, and recognizes exceptional individuals from within the Salesforce Community for their leadership, expertise and ongoing contributions.

We couldn’t be prouder of our exceptional individual, Ryan, and his tireless contribution to the Salesforce community and, especially, to the nonprofit organizations PICnet serves.

Ryan is attending the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Minneapolis this week. He’ll be in the lobby of the hotel, if you’d like to stop by and chat about Salesforce.

 

Free cash money for D.C. nonprofit from 501cTech

Is your organization using technology to change the world? Are you in the DC Metro area? Want $7,500 cash money? Check out the 501cTECH 2012 Technology Innovation Awards and send them your best pitch. The deadline is June 25th so hop to it!

If you’re a PICnet client and you’d like to chat about a strategy for wowing them with your application, let us know!

 

Soapbox is for Winners: The Hitachi Foundation & Global Fund for Women

Phil Penn Gwynn must be feeling like a proud papa penguin!  Two of our Non-Profit Soapbox sites took home 2011 Wilmer Shields Rich Gold Awards from the Council on Foundations for their websites!  These awards recognize effective communications efforts to increase public awareness of foundations and corporate giving programs.  Please put your fins together for The Hitachi Foundation and the Global Fund for Women! Read more »