A Focus on Digital Transformation
Digital transformation unlocks unrealized benefits through effective use of technology. The World Economic Forum estimates that $100 trillion in economic and societal value will be created in the next decade. Yet, too often in the nonprofit sector past efforts have limited digital transformation to modernizing technology tools, missing opportunities to profoundly change existing business models, socioeconomic structures, organizational patterns, or the people and communities they serve.
The Center for the Digital Nonprofit has three distinct areas of focus to address this gap:
- The Human Capacity initiative targets the skills that nonprofit leadership and staff need to navigate digital transformation.
- The Organizational Excellence initiative builds reference models, innovations, and benchmarking tools for the sector.
- The Advanced Technology initiative establishes the best practices, standards, and tools relevant for the critical work of addressing our shared global challenges.
Collaboration, Partnership, and Collective Impact
The Center for the Digital Nonprofit is unique in its approach, bringing together stakeholders from nonprofit organizations and the technology sector to work collaboratively.
Founded by NetHope, The Center builds on a 16-year history of trusted cross-sector partnerships. The Center welcomes active participation from committed organizations eager to tackle – and solve – big problems.
Representing more than 50 of the world’s largest humanitarian, development, and conservation organizations, the nonprofit members of The Center work in over 180 countries and represent $23 billion in annual international aid. The Center’s 50 technology partners bring the value of over $676+ billion of technology R&D and the creative ideas of more than 1 million employees.
Help Us Build a Platform of Hope
The Center exemplifies how committed leaders can achieve exponential impact. Through The Center for the Digital Nonprofit, we help global nonprofits accelerate the advancement of their missions. NetHope welcomes the engagement of other nonprofits, donors, the private sector, and government organizations in The Center for the Digital Nonprofit.
We are grateful for the generosity and leadership of Microsoft and Okta as Founding Partners. They recognize that an investment in The Center scales to benefit NetHope members, their partners, the international development sector, and the communities they serve. With partners like Microsoft, Okta, and you, we can build a platform of hope together for those who receive aid and those who deliver it.
If you would like to join us on this journey of digital transformation, contact Lauren Woodman, NetHope CEO, at email@example.com.
Together, we will change the world.
- NetHope Media Center
- Lauren Woodman Blog Posts: “Digital Transformation: Losing Sight of the Shore” and “What Nonprofits Must Learn From Amazon, Uber, and Tesla”
- “Doing Good Better: The Power of Digital” a conversation/webinar with Devex President and Editor-in-Chief Raj Kumar and NetHope CEO Lauren Woodman
- Okta Introduces Okta for Good Fund, a press release issued by Okta
- “Connecting People, Technology and Communities: Introducing the Okta for Good Fund,” a blog post by Okta COO & Co-Founder Frederic Kerrest