Why Do Non-Profit Organizations Need to Enter Our Thanksgiving Contest?

Technology is the backbone of any organization nowadays. As technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate, we rely on it throughout the day for all sorts of tasks – from emailing a friend to signing a contract to keeping track of financial information – it’s part of our day-to-day lives on a personal and professional level. Non-profit organizations, similar to any type of business, rely on the Internet to give the best possible service – allowing them to help those in need around the community. Unfortunately, many non-profit organizations struggle with a limited budget and a lack of volunteers, which means they’re left to rely on limited technology support. This limited technology support makes it significantly more difficult to perform critical tasks, such as:

  • Marketing their non-profit organization
  • Appealing for financial support
  • Managing internal operations
  • Delivering critical services and/or support to those in need

When it comes to technological infrastructure, non-profit organizations require a lot more than simply acquiring the latest and greatest gadgets, they need strategically selected technologies that empower those in the company to better do their jobs – ensuring the non-profit organization, as a whole, can deliver on its mission.

How Do Non-Profit Organizations Typically Approach Technology?

Now that we’ve gone over the importance of technology for non-profit organizations, let’s take a look at how non-profit organizations typically approach technology. First and foremost, due to the limited budget and a lack of volunteers mentioned above, the person who sets up the wireless network usually becomes the go-to person for all things related to technology management and support. This might be an individual in the company who is tech-savvy or it might be a break/fix technician who comes in whenever issues arise.

Does this sound familiar? If so, it’s perfectly fine to have a go-to tech-savvy staff member or break/fix technician for a while, but as you grow (or strive to grow), it’s time to upgrade. Bottom line, non-profit organizations aren’t able to prioritize technology the way they should. {company} wants to help break the barriers – supporting local non-profit organizations in their efforts to use technology more strategically.

Don’t Forget to Enter Our FREE Technology Support for a Year Contest

Veltec Networks is a huge supporter of local non-profit organizations. This year, we wanted to show our support in a big way. On Thanksgiving Day (November 28, 2019), we are awarding one non-profit organization in the Silicon Valley with FREE technology support… For an ENTIRE YEAR. That’s right… You could win FREE technology support that will last a full year. From August 1st until November 27th, we’re taking entries so don’t forget to enter now.

Our team of judges will select the winner out of the online entries we receive. The winner will be announced LIVE on Facebook on Thanksgiving Day. Please see our entry page for additional details and the ability to enter now.

Contact us if you have any questions at all.

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