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Technology has disrupted nearly every aspect of society – and philanthropy is no exception. Giving, which increasingly takes place online, brings new challenges, from building trust to establishing a greater sense of online and offline community. Women are both more likely to give, and more likely to engage online and on social media.
To complement the Women's Philanthropy Institute's most recent report, Women Give 2020, which explores the intersection of gender, technology, and giving, #ITechForGood is a video campaign that brings the research to life by spotlighting the stories of a diverse range of women who are using technology and social media to give back in unique and inspiring ways. Our goal? To encourage everyone to consider how they can use the platforms they're on every day – Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and beyond – to support the causes they care about, and highlight how inspiring women activists, philanthropists, fundraisers and entrepreneurs are using new technologies to create change.
Read the source article about women and technology from Women's Philanthropy Institute at Youtube.