The San Francisco Nonprofit Technology Center provides collaborative office and conference space for nonprofits and consultants working with technology for social change in the Bay Area.
The SFNTC also serves as a hub for meetings and discussions related to nonprofit technology. Sign up to stay informed about brown bag lunches, trainings, and open forums to be held in the coming months. And feel free to inquire about using the space for your meeting or training.
phone: 415 839 6456
We’ve got some great, no-cost seminars coming up as we head into summer in San Francisco! We generally provide these trainings at noon, so you should feel free to bring a brown bag lunch or grab some takeout on the way in. Here are the exciting offerings we have on the schedule in May and June: Continue reading
If you can’t make it to the Tech Center for one of our live trainings, we have fabulous interactive online seminars for nonprofits available at no cost! Whether you’re in your bathrobe logging in right from your kitchen table or at an internet cafe in the African Serengeti, we’re here to give you some pointers, answer your nagging questions, and help you walk away with some new tools and a new perspective! Here’s what’s coming up next: Continue reading
You may know the San Francisco Nonprofit Technology Center is an awesome space for nonprofits to meet, collaborate, and hold trainings and workshops. In addition to the many individuals and groups that come through our door for these purposes each month, we also provide permanent office space for a small group of organizations who work with technology in the service of some inspiring causes.
On April 1, our newest tenant, Upwell, officially joined The Specialists Guild, Sarai, and Aspiration, at the S.F. Tech Center when they moved into our final vacant office and gave us a full house! We’re very proud of the awesome work being done under our roof, so we thought this was a good time to highlight the four organizations that currently make up the Tech Center and tell you about each one. Continue reading