Posted on 13/02/13 by Ben Teoh
Every not-for-profit using the Internet for fundraising should be investing in good design. There are no ifs or buts about it. Here are four reasons why your online fundraising efforts may need a visual makeover.
Posted on 05/02/13 by Melita Ferguson
This month Connecting Up will running weekly webinars to help you make the most of online fundraising. We will also be bringing you a webinar on networking basics in response to recent demand.
Posted on 04/02/13 by Ben Teoh
If your not-for-profit wants to stay up-to-date with its software, now is the time to start getting into gear. Microsoft have updated many of their products – including Windows and Office, ready for the new year.
Posted on 29/01/13 by Ryan Jones
The latest version of Microsoft Office is here! Eligible not-for-profits, charities and libraries can now request Office Standard and Office Professional through the Microsoft Software Donation Program.
Posted on 17/01/13 by Ben Teoh
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is a great way to see what’s coming up in the next year or two for technology trends – especially for not-for-profits relying on technology.
Posted on 16/01/13 by Ben Teoh
Refurbished computers are a great way to reduce your not-for-profit’s IT costs and still have access to the basic technology your organisation needs to get its work done. Now, you can upgrade your refurbished computer order from Connecting Up.
Posted on 10/01/13 by Marie L Carbone
Digital storytelling is not only a way show what your not-for-profit is doing, but can also be a powerful way to capture a community’s heritage.
Posted on 09/01/13 by Marie L Carbone
“Hidden: A Rookwood Sculpture walk” has been an artistic event that has spectacularly progressed over the last four years since its infancy in 2009. Budding young artists gather together every year and showcase their artwork- inspired from the one of the most unexpected places: the cemetery.
Posted on 08/01/13 by Ben Teoh
For the past five years, Microsoft have been donating their products to eligible not-for-profits in Australia through our donations program. Now more not-for-profits can access Microsoft products at discounted Charity rates through our discounts program.
Posted on 03/01/13 by Ben Teoh
2013 is here and it looks like it’s going to be a big year for many in the not-for-profit sector.