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OceanKind Wants to Clean Up the Oceans

According to TechCrunch, OceanKind is a new nonprofit with a mission to clean up the world’s oceans. 

When Matthew Dunbabin saw the devastation wrought on tropical reef ecosystems by overfishing and climate change, he wondered if robots could help. With money from the Queensland University of Technology, where he is a professor of robotics, Dunbabin’s team developed prototype surface and underwater robots to reseed dying reefs with tiny coral larvae.

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ShoppingGives Lets NFT Buyers Give

According to MarTech, Novel and ShoppingGives have teamed up to allow shops that sell NFTs to let their buyers give to charity with purchase. 

Novel makes it easy for non-crypto-natives to mint, sell, and buy NFTs while ShoppingGives simplifies donations to a few clicks

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Google Gives to IRC

The International Rescue Committee has received a $1.5 million dollar grant from Google to help those Ukrainians. 

Google.org has committed a $1.5M grant to help the International Rescue Committee (IRC) expand access to critical information for those impacted by war in Ukraine.

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Nonprofit Helps Formerly Incarcerated Navigate Digital World

The Fortune Society helps those recently released from prison adapt to the digital world, reports Pix11.

There’s an initiative underway to help low income New Yorkers and the formerly incarcerated adapt to an increasingly digital world. 

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Seattle Storm Ups Commitment to Nonprofit

According to the WNBC, the Seattle Storm is expanding its initiative to benefit nonprofits working with BIPOC youth. 

Force4Change, the Seattle Storm social justice platform established in 2020, announced today the expansion of its season-long initiatives benefiting local nonprofits that work directly with BIPOC youth.

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Nonprofit Offers Free Technology Training

According to KMBC, nonprofit LaunchCode101 is offering those who qualify free computer technology training. 

There's a growing demand for information technology professionals. There's also a local program in Kansas City working to fill the gap.

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Making it Easier to Donate

Nonprofit connects nonprofits with organizations with items to donate, reports MiBiz.

Distributing excess product to groups in need can be a cumbersome process for large companies, and a Grand Rapids-area organization aims to solve that problem by acting as an intermediary between corporations and nonprofits in need.

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Digital Equity Grants in Bloomington

Bloomington Indiana is sponsoring digital equity grants, reports the City of Bloomington. 

The City of Bloomington invites nonprofit organizations to apply for funding to support their efforts to bridge the digital divide and increase digital resources for residents. 

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Morgan Stanley Hackevent Benefits Georgia Nonprofits

Two Georgia nonprofits benefited from Morgan Stanley’s most recent Code to Give Hackathon event, reports Yahoo Finance.

Georgia was at the center of Morgan Stanley’s most recent Code to Give Hackathon, a four-day virtual coding event which delivered innovative technical designs to two regional nonprofits – Atlanta Mission and Tech Alpharetta

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Scaling Up Nonprofit Tech

Hubspot is helping nonprofits scale up their technology, reports Medium. 

Most of us will do whatever we can to avoid the feeling of uncertainty. That feeling: not knowing what’ll happen next — or how we can navigate the most plausible scenarios — challenges us in our personal lives as well as our professional roles. 

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