But the reality is that backend technologies can radically change your organization for the better. They free up your time, resources, and funds, so you can redirect your attention towards all the projects and programs that your organization runs. The ones your funders want to see.
It might be easier to sell your funders on providing you with 12 computers for community center computer lab than it is to get them passionate about updating your systems, but the time saved by implementing new internal technology can pay for those 12 computers and more in the long term.
There’s just one challenge left. Creating effective grant proposals for internal technology investments is difficult. You need to have concrete ROI for the investment and then connect that ROI to how it will translate into increased social good. Since many nonprofits are short on the staff and time resources necessary to make this process easy, we’ve put this guide together to help you get started.
Our guide shares best practices through these 8 steps:
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