Client Spotlight: Byte Back


In the mid-1990s, Glenn met with his friend Barbara Altman to share his idea of opening a computer and career training center in Honduras. Byte Back is a nonprofit computer skills and career training center located in Washington, D.C.

5 Text Message Fundraising Ideas to Inspire You


Reach Out Honduras has been holding their annual gala for 10 years, but their event had to quickly adapt to a virtual environment like the rest of us did last year. Reach Out Honduras also does a great job of using mobile fundraising tools to invite people to their fundraiser.


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How To Build Community Using Social Media


One of their most popular blog posts is entitled “That time I almost died in Honduras” and the opening line is “We have to go. Social media remains a powerful force for nonprofits to communicate with their stakeholders and supporters.

Your NetSquared Holiday Gift!

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NetSquared Honduras in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. NetSquared holds free or low cost educational events for people and organizations who want to learn more about using technology for social good. Our events are powered by a global network of volunteers dedicated to building strong, self sufficient local communities of nonprofit technology practitioners. Net2Local organizers plan events because they have skills to share, want to give back and want to make the world a better place.

Hungry (for Video)? Grab a Cup of CaseSoup!


From the field' on-site reporting with our grantees (like this report from Erich Broksas with Water for People in Honduras), and reporting from key events like SXSW interactive, the Nonprofit Technology Conference and others." The Case Foundation isn't new to video; they've got interviews, reports, and in-the-field footage from industry events and their own grantees.

NetSquared in May: Get Face-to-Face with Your Nonprofit Peers

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San Pedro Sula, Honduras: Startup Weekend Experience + Net2 Introduction. NetSquared’s core objective is to get nonprofit techies and activists together in the same room. There’s a special magic that happens when we get face-to-face. Relationships are formed, projects are started, and we feel less alone in what can sometimes be a challenging job.

Another Model of Giving: Socially Responsible Small Businesses

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The organization was founded by Richard Proudfit who was on a medical mission to Honduras after a hurricane ravaged the country. Kids Against Hunger packages and ships highly nutritious, life-saving meals to starving and malnourished children in developing countries and the United States. They do this by mobilizing children, teens, and adults volunteers who, package the meals. They have packaging network with a national headquarters and satellites in 14 states and Canada.

Colombia is the 2nd Happiest Place for the Planet

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Honduras 8. According to Ode Magazine , The Happy Planet Index , a project of the New Economics Foundation , ranks Colombia as the 2nd happiest place for the planet. The HPI is calculated by adding the country's life expectancy with its life satisfaction divided by its ecological footprint. The top ranked countries were: 1. Vanuatu 2. Colombia 3. Costa Rica 4. Dominica 5. Panama 6. Cuba 7. Guatemala 9. El Salvador 10.

Nonprofit Technology News for April 2014 - The Green Issue

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They are now in production in Honduras. This is our earth month edition of nonprofit technology news. This time we’ll report on some climate change news, the TrashOut app, the difference between cloud backup and cloud storage, the heartbleed bug, a green energy innovation in Latin America that works – and another one that doesn’t, and the epic digital inclusion drone wars being waged by Google and Facebook. There’s lots of intriguing green NPTech news this month.

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