TechSoup Asia-Pacific is proud to announce its newly signed partnership with Blackbaud, a cloud software company that’s built entirely and exclusively to empower charities across the globe. Through this partnership, NGOs across 6 Southeast Asian countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand – may access exclusive discounts to Blackbaud’s range of solutions for fundraising, project management, communications and donor management.
NGOS may learn more about the Blackbaud product offers through the links below:
Like sequels of a movie, we go by the same principle of offering more every time. That said, we always strive hard to find more ways of helping you every new fiscal year (FY), be it through adding new donors, new offers and hey, may even be in reaching new countries.
Have you heard? Microsoft will be making significant changes to all free personal OneDrive accounts by 13 July 2016 – just a few weeks away from today. By then all new free accounts will strictly be limited to a maximum of 5 GB storage, and the previous perks of additional storage (e.g. free 15 GB for camera roll) will be discontinued.
Starting the year on a high note, TechSoup has finally made its way to China last 12 January. Through this latest expansion, the hundreds and thousands of NGOs in the country can now access the software discounts and donations provided by Microsoft and Box.
TechSoup China was formally launched during the Microsoft “Cloud Tech” NPO IT Day in Nanjing, an event co-hosted by Microsoft China and TechSoup’s newest partner, Non-Profit Incubator (NPI).
TechSoup is proud to announce our newest donor partner, Box.org. It provides organizations with the Box file-sharing, content management, and collaboration service.
See the Box.org Donation Program for details about this offer.
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Amazing news everyone, Google for Nonprofits (G4NP) is now available in over 10 different countries all across Asia! In partnership with TechSoup, Google for Nonprofits has expanded its reach to cover all six countries covered by TechSoup Asia (Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia) alongside Taiwan, Hong Kong, India and Macau.
Globally, Google for Nonprofits is active in over 41 different countries including the 10 new countries in Asia.
At the end of every presentation that we hold in events, it is common practice for us to highlight a list of new and exciting things NGOs can expect from TechSoup in the days to come. Looking back at the fiscal year that was, I’m happy to tell you that you won’t be seeing some of the items in the list anymore – mainly because they’re now a reality!
Annyeong haseyo, Korea! This past 30 June 2015, TechSoup has now formally launched a new platform catering for Korean nonprofit organizations! With tremendous support provided by in-country partner, NPO IT Support Center, nonprofit organizations in Korea can now access a variety of software donations provided by Microsoft and Box.
Currently, TechSoup Korea offers donations from two donor partners. These include long-time TechSoup partner, Microsoft, and cloud storage provider, Box.
On October 1, 2014, over 30 delegates from our partner organizations from across Asia-Pacific all banded together in the Asian Development Bank office in Manila (Philippines) for the TechSoup APAC partners meeting.
The regional meeting was held for two particular purposes: to assess the impact we’ve made in the region during the previous financial year, and, to develop solutions to address the challenges we’ve encountered as well.
We’re now well past the first month of the brand new fiscal year, and from as early as now, the makings of another promising year ahead of us is gradually becoming apparent.
But before we take another step further, how about we just stop for a minute to take a look back on the year that was. Together, let’s celebrate the feats that we’ve been able to achieve thanks to you and our donor partners.