Friday, October 28, 2016

Not-For-Profit Technology Workshop Offered at Edison State

Leib Lurie with Ivy the Kids Read Now dog.
The Edison Foundation's Academy for Community Leadership in partnership with The Paul G. Duke Foundation will present the final Fall Mini Series session which is geared toward strengthening not-for-profit organizations by providing quality educational and training opportunities on Wednesday, November 9 from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. at the Piqua campus.

The "Right Technology Can Keep You Alive, The Wrong Technology Can Kill You" aims to help the not-for-profit groups that do a great job serving their primary mission but often get frustrated with the operational aspects of the organization.

This workshop covers easy, low-cost ways to make computers work for organizations as they hire and grow great people, manage operations, simplify fundraising, and generate more income. Some highlights will include computer security and ways to safeguard confidential information, passwords, and data; how to use shared checklists and telephone, email, and texting for effective communication; and evaluating the success of fundraisers.

Leading the session is Leib Lurie of Kids Read Now. The cost to participate is $15 per person and includes lunch. Registration is preferred by November 4 to ensure a seat. Registration may be completed online by visiting or by contacting Julie Slattery at 937.778.7805 or emailing

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