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If you are looking for a trusted IT partner to outsource your IT department,  supplement your in-house team, or provide you technology consulting services, we believe our expertise, proven approach, and focus on nonprofit technology make us a very strong choice.

We are a Washington, D.C. based IT consultancy providing technical staff and strategic technology support to nonprofit organizations. We commit to long-term, collaborative partnerships with our customers.

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  • Community IT’s considerable non-profit experience and information technology vision helped Communities in Schools to make future-thinking decisions that will continue to produce ROI well into the future.

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Latest Resource

Webinar: November 20, 2014 – A Disruption in the Nonprofit CRM Force

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The proliferation of online tools for e-marketing, social engagement, fundraising, team-raising, and event management have left everyone confused as to which product does what part of Nonprofit CRM well and how to integrate them effectively. Join Community IT Innovators for a FREE webinar on Nov. 20 where our nonprofit CRM experts-in-residence from build Consulting will discuss two recent announcements which have excited the nonprofit community and left us hopeful that perhaps both innovation and clarity might come to us soon: Blackbaud announced Raiser’s Edge NXT as its next generation of fundraising software and The Salesforce Foundation announced the formation of NGO Connect, a collection of apps on the Salesforce platform targeted for nonprofits.

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Latest Blog Post

Success Story: College Summit

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College Summit is “the nation’s largest nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of low-income youth by connecting them to college and career.” Working successfully with 40,000 high school students each year, College Summit uses custom curricula, data and technology to help low-income students get to and through college.

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