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Technology is not only our work;
it’s our mission AND our passion.

For us, it’s not just about the technology, but what technology can do to help you run your nonprofit better, stretch your dollars further, and make a bigger difference in the community and around the world.

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501cTECH, its Board of Directors and Washington, DC’s foremost technology leaders are coming together on Thursday, November 6 to celebrate the power of technology to change lives.

The annual Celebration of Technology is 501cTECH’s only fundraiser and there is still time to support this year’s event. Through their donations, Celebration of Technology sponsors help hundreds of nonprofits, thousands of their passionate employees, and hundreds of thousands of those in need across the greater DC area. Funds raised through this event help501ctech-event-sponsors 501cTECH continue to build the capacity of worthy community organizations by providing the highest quality technology solutions at affordable prices. Sponsorships also fund the three cash prizes awarded through 501cTECH’s Technology Innovation Awards as well as mission-based initiatives like 501cTECH’s small nonprofits program.

Will you join us on November 6?  To learn more, view our 501cTECH overview brochure and consider the sponsorship opportunities  that might work best for your organization.  And if you have questions, please contact Abigail Goliber at agoliber@501ctech.org or (202) 234-9670.


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ISEPWe look at our relationship with 501cTECH as so much more than just a client-vendor relationship; we think of them as our partner. Over the last few years, we have been able to upgrade our technology systems, which in turn leads to stronger programs and more opportunities for our community. We also were honored to receive the 2013 501cTECH Technology Impact Award—that tells us that this organization also cares about our work, and our mission.

Tamara Smith, Chief Executive Officer

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