For nonprofits and the people who love them...
3 for Thursday, brought to you by K. Weill Consulting Group, LLC
June 30, 2016 Edition
1. Impact Investing Study
2. TechSoup
3. Capterra
1. Is Your Nonprofit Impact-Investing Worthy?
U.S. Trust Survey of High Net Worth (HNW) Individuals
The NonProfit Times recently reported on a U.S. Trust survey of 684 individuals with investable assets of $3 million or more. The study found: 
  • Impact investing is on the rise, particularly among women, Gen Xers and Millennials.
  • HNW folks are most interested in environmental causes.
  • HNW folks - particularly Gen Xers - believe nonprofits can improve the most in identifying and reporting on outcomes.
  • Impact investing does not appear to be at the expense of philanthropy among this cohort.
2 Cool Resource: TechSoup  
Discounted Hardware and Software 
Partnering with hundreds of vendors like Microsoft, Adobe, Quickbooks and Dell, TechSoup offers nonprofits and public libraries great deals on everything from laptops to routers, and cloud computing to software for web design, accounting, donor management and much more.

Your organization will need to pay an annual membership fee to secure the discounts. TechSoup also offers webinars, a blog, articles and more on information technology and the nonprofit sector.

3.  Another Cool, Free Resource: Capterra  

Nonprofit Software Reviews & Comparisons
If you're looking for new or upgraded software tools to help your organization run more efficiently and effectively, you may want to check out Capterra.

They review and provide side-by-side comparisons of hundreds of software products. You can filter your search by web-based or installed, and by features like volunteer management, event management, accounting and several others.  

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