TechSoup Global is an international network of 53 partner NGOs in Africa, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. For over 25 years, it has leveraged technology to build NGO capacity towards solving social problems in local communities and fostering global social change. TechSoup Global's core capabilities include:
running one of the largest technology philanthropy programs in the world;
providing NGO validation services to funders and corporations;
gathering, analyzing, and distributing global social-sector data; and
catalyzing community-oriented technology innovations.
Powered by a social-enterprise business model, this work is grounded in collaborations within the social sector and beyond. As a connector across sectors, TechSoup Global brings the widest range of stakeholders together: NGOs, government agencies, social enterprises, technology activists, foundations, and 90+ leading technology companies- such as Microsoft, Adobe, Symantec, Cisco, and Intuit.
TechSoup donation programs
connect NGOs, charities, and libraries in 50+ countries to donated and discounted technology products, knowledge resources, and expert communities.
is a new online service for U.S. grantmakers to quickly receive equivalency determinations, which are legal certifications that a non-U.S. NGO is equivalent to a U.S. public charity, thereby reducing cost and complexity of international grantmaking.
NGOk is a global service that provides quick and reliable NGO vetting online for entities (such as corporations, foundations, and other NGO's) who want to offer discounted products and services to the nonprofit sector.