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Involved with a non-profit? TechSoup is calling your name!

No one likes to “go it alone”. Especially when it comes to the world of technology. Thankfully, NetSquared Buffalo, a program of the global nonprofit TechSoup, has stepped up to offer help to non-profits that are in need of IT capacity building.

TechSoup is a global nonprofit that provides eligible organizations with donated and discounted hardware, software, IT services and training.  It gives nonprofits access to the IT resources they need to improve lives and is supported by some of the world’s largest foundations including the Carnegie, Ford, Gates and Rockefeller Foundations. Through NetSquared, hands-on support is brought to nonprofits at the local level. 

The program involves anyone who is interested in being an advocate of “social change” through the use of technology. Maybe you’re affiliated with a library? Or you are involved with a foundation? If you are aligned with the world of nonprofits, and you believe that you could benefit from the social advancements being brought about by technology, then TechSoup is calling your name.

Online registration is required.




June 14, 2017
8 to 9:00 AM

Partnership for the Public Good
617 Main Street
Market Arcade Building
3rd Floor
Buffalo, NY 14203

June 9

June 20, 2017
8 to 9:00 AM

United Way of Buffalo & Erie County
742 Delaware Avenue
Conference Room 102
(Board Room)
Buffalo, NY 14209


July 25, 2017
8 to 9:00 AM

The John R. Oishei Foundation
726 Exchange Street
Suite 510
Buffalo, NY 14210

July 21

For more information on NetSquared visit For more information on TechSoup, visit

Key sponsors: Oishei Foundation, Open Buffalo and Partnership for the Public Good

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