SHine SA upgraded their software so they could be more compatible and used Adobe donations to allow them to produce their own professional fliers. Watch the video to find out how Connecting Up has helped
Floreat Surf Lifesaving Club have turned to digital media to train their volunteers with the use of products donated by Adobe.
Brisbane Indigenous Media Association Inc (BIMA) is a not-for-profit Aboriginal controlled community organisation that promotes First Nations issues to the wider community as well as providing media related work experience training and employment opportunities.
“There are just not enough resources to meet the ever increasing needs,” explains Mary. “All the resources we have go into trying to meet the needs of these young people and this comes at a cost of the entire infrastructure. Before seeking assistance from Connecting Up we had out-dated computers and software that was so slow, staff actually avoided using them.”
Good Return is a not-for-profit organisation, connecting Australians to the working poor in the Asia Pacific who need small loans to develop or expand a business. This opportunity helps the poor to break the cycle of living in poverty. Good Return delivers the powerful combination of microfinance with education, whilst empowering individuals and creating long term and wide spread benefits.
Nutrition Australia is a not-for-profit, community-based organisation that aims to ‘inspire healthy eating’ for all Australians.
Aberfoyle Community Centre Inc. responds to individual and community needs by facilitating a diverse and accessible range of social, leisure, recreational and educational activities that develop personal growth encourage well-being and a sense of identity.
“I have recommended Connecting Up’s services at numerous NFP conferences and seminars I have attended and have pointed out the significant savings that can be achieved. This has often led to discussions regarding the leveraging of IT in the NFP area to achieve efficiencies, process alignment, stronger audit trails & governance, and the development of strategic knowledge.” Antony Rucco
“The impact of the DonorTec program and the donation by Microsoft has been immense. As a small, self-funded NFP we could have never dreamed of being able to enjoy the latest software offerings and as a result our level of efficiency has increased and workflow improved beyond compare.” Jeremey Murray
“The upgrades have been useful for all of the staff. We have a couple of major projects on the go, and at times we were unable to even open documents and now we have Microsoft Project software which has helped to substantially improve internal and external communications, and has been brilliant in tracking resources and timelines. It really has made it so much easier.” Michelle Sheehan