RTP’s newest technology consultant is helping North Carolina nonprofits improve their technologies amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to improve socially-distanced and remote operations, Connect Cause works exclusively with nonprofits to provide free and budget-friendly IT services and support.
“Prior to Connect Cause, I worked in the nonprofit sector for over twenty years,” Operations Manager Lisa Branch said. “With such a limited budget, we weren’t able to access technological resources that may have increased our impact in the community.”
With a diverse team of technology consultants and nonprofit leaders, Connect Cause was founded on a mission to provide comprehensive and affordable solutions for nonprofits.
In the age of COVID-19, communication tools are vital for success amongst educational institutions, religious organizations, healthcare providers and other nonprofit organizations. Resources such as phones, computers, internet and security tools can be extremely expensive when purchased from a corporate service supplier. With strict budgets in mind, Connect Cause provides free or highly-discounted hardware and software to a variety of industries.
“There is a significant need for more resources and tools amongst the nonprofit sector,” CEO Ahmad Eied said. “We aim to do everything we can to help these amazing individuals fulfill their missions and serve the community.”
Connect Cause serves clients in the Triangle and surrounding area, with popular services including phone installation, computer services, and Microsoft Office 365. New clients are currently being accepted and welcomed. Visit connectcause.com for more information.