Technology Grants for Nashville Non-Profits
111 Web Studio is pleased to announce that we can now perform formal technology assessments for non-profit clients in the Nashville area. Non-profits can request financial assistance from the Frist Foundation for these assessments through their technology grant program. Technology assessment grants are a primary focus of the Foundation with the goal of helping agencies and multi-agency collaborations adopt technology that transforms the way their work is performed.
The Foundation goes on to say:
"Several agencies told us they felt ill-prepared to assess their own technology needs because technology options are changing so fast. Plus, new technology - everything from apps to cloud-based software - is confusing unless you’re living in that world every day. Formal assessments can help an agency identify how newer technology might help their work flow and service while spelling out what implementation might require in terms of costs, staff time and training."
If the audit we produce for you results in recommendations your organization wishes to pursue, we can assist with Foundation grant submissions to achieve those recommendations and help you achieve the desired work flow and service improvements.
To learn more, please visit http://fristfoundation.org/funding-guidelines. If, for some reason we can't help you with an assessment, we will know someone who can. Examples of non-profit organizations we've helped through the Frist Foundation include Owls Hill, Y.E.S., Siloam Center, Pencil Foundation, Harpeth River Conservancy, Civic Design Center, TN Scenic River Association, Nashville Childrens Theatre, Junior Achievement, Nashville in Harmony and Historic Nashville. One of the best examples of how we helped transform a non-profit’s technology is the Civic Design Center: https://www.civicdesigncenter.org/. We completely transformed their daily operations by helping them integrate cloud-based platforms and processes. They are very happy as a result of this investment.
Posted on 09/15/2017 12:49 PM by Jack Massari