Sunday, January 31, 2010

Do You Need New Computers, an On-line Makeover, or a Security and Disaster Recovery Plan?

Which of these would have the greatest impact on your ability to do your work and serve your clients, patrons, or consumers? We are excited to announce NPower Indiana's new Tech Angel Awards, which will grant over $60,000 in products and services to three Indiana nonprofits next month. The application is short and requests thoughtful responses to 5 questions about how this would impact your organization and the people you serve. Applications are due by Friday, February 5, 2010 - so don't delay. This is open to nonprofits across Indiana - see the application for the few groups, like churches and government agencies, who are not eligible.

NPower Indiana is taking the lead in raising the visibility of technology in the nonprofit sector to the broader corporate community. On February 26, they will bring together technology leaders of the largest corporations in our community for Byte Night 2010, a chance to help these leaders better understand and appreciate the big impact that technology can have when implemented effectively in the nonprofit sector. The Tech Angel Grant awards will be announced at Byte Night 2010, providing the nonprofit winners with terrific exposure to the broad corporate community.

For more information about applying for a Tech Angel Grant

To learn more about NPower Indiana and Byte Night 2010, go to:

Please contact Paul Giese, Director of External Relations, at or 317.396.2848 with any questions.

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