Free web help offered to local nonprofits

By From page A7 | November 02, 2012

The Davis Community Network offers free Internet-related services to nonprofit organizations in Yolo County, ranging from service clubs to booster organizations and local PTAs. If you help run a local nonprofit and would like to tap those same resources, now is a good time to apply.

The network’s Resource Allocation Committee meets monthly to decide on requests for free websites, email lists and use of DCN’s web community calendar program.

Find a description of the services for nonprofits, and an application, at www2.dcn.org/dcn/about/committees/rac. After it receives the application, the committee will contact the applicant and provide more details.

The Davis Community Network, founded in 1993 and almost entirely run by volunteers, is a nonprofit education and community service organization. Among other services, it also offers free classes, workshops and video tutorials; created a Nonprofit Internet Toolkit honored by Computerworld in 2011; and has helped provide online voter information to the Davis area since 1996. Read more at www2.dcn.org.

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