The Huddle Foundation has revealed that it has donated over USD10m worth of its next generation cloud content collaboration software to more than 1,500 non-profits organisations across the world. The software will connect staff, fundraisers and volunteers, allowing charities to transform the way they share content.
Jon Landau, VP Huddle Foundation, said: “The Huddle Foundation programme was created to help non-profit organisations more easily achieve their aims, regardless of their size and income. We’re proud to have reached this fantastic milestone for our technology donation program, which we plan on extending even further over the coming months.
Huddle has proven itself of great help to a large number of organisations by more effectively connecting people and sharing information across their teams, offices and volunteering networks. By adding the employee element to the program, the Huddle team also now gets to donate their time, skills and expertise to help causes in their local communities.”
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