TechSoup's mission is working toward a time when every nonprofit
and NGO on the planet has the technology resources and knowledge they
need to operate at their full potential.

Headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Warsaw, Poland and
London, United Kingdom, TechSoup is the largest not-for-profit
provider of technology assistance services to nongovernmental
organizations (NGOs) and libraries worldwide. Around 254,000 unique,
monthly visitors from 190 countries visit the Techsoup internet sites for
technology information, training, and support. These users are able to
read articles and other educational content plus participate in
webinars, forums, and both online and in-person community events in
order to collaborate, share best practices, make good technology
decisions, and maximize their impact.

Since 2001, when the technology product donation service began, Techsoup has
provided more than 183 000 organisations with computer software,
hardware, application services and complementary content and community
services. These users are able to read articles and other educational
content plus participate in webinars, forums, and both online and
in-person community events in order to collaborate, share best
practices, make good technology decisions and maximize their impact.
Techsoup's partnerships with 52 best-of-breed technology companies such as
Microsoft, Bitdefender, Tableau, Cisco, and Adobe have enabled it to build a best-in-class
social enterprise that, for a small administrative fee, verifies NGOs
and matches them to the donated technology products they need.

Through this unique model, more than 9.7 million products and services
have been put in the hands of NGOs, resulting in potential savings of
US$3 billion to the civil society sector and freeing precious financial
resources.

Refer to www.techsoup.org for more information about TechSoup.