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These suggestions are additional websites that will assist in searching for free software or reasonably priced software for nonprofits. Also, keep in mind that you may be able to find hardware recommendations but we suggest checking out our hardware recommended sites. is the resource for open source software :) We recommend this site if your nonprofit is tech savvy or if you have someone on your team that is tech savvy ;) is awesome for nonprofits because everything is free to use and modify. There is not many sites out there that addresses the tech needs of the open source community. Period.

Teach Parents Tech

Teach Parents Tech is something we've been wanting as a capacity building nonprofit in tech :) Of course, Google can get to this first since most of us at are volunteers. This site is so important for not just getting your grandma to learn tech, but also to make sure no one is left behind. We like the phrase "digital gaps." Young or old, you can learn something from videos, pictures, blogs, et cetera made for the "simple" tech stuff.


As you might have noticed through our tweets, is worried about privacy as well | RT @DotRights and @EFF. And although we support Google in their efforts to help nonprofits, there's still some concern about search and an individual's (even an organization's) privacy. Enter

Open Source Training is a really cool. What else can we say? This group shares their knowledge about Drupal, Joomla, and Wordpress... Actually, we stumbled upon their newsletters to help start a mobile website, and we were impressed. But, we don't know if OStraining is actually wanting to share this information to everyone since they are a business...


Unfortunately, advertises a lot of sofware and plenty of hardware not for free. Fortunately for nonprofits, they do offer some freeware and shareware options... With the understanding that you may be charged for some stuff (ie free for 30 days and $14.95 to buy), iGetcha thinks that Cnet just gives us additional information about software if needed. They are cool but may not be the best place for nonprofits.


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