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Most of the Audere team, gathered together in pre-COVID times. (Audere Photo)

A Seattle-based nonprofit launched to provide digital health solutions for poorer countries is applying its expertise to help with COVID-19 testing.

Audere is building software for administering rapid result COVID tests that can be integrated into products being developed by U.S. manufacturers that use saliva or nasal swab samples.

“There is a critical need for rapid testing,” said Philip Su, CEO and founder of Audere. People are increasingly realizing that the widespread distribution of a vaccine is still many months away. The availability of accurate, inexpensive tests that provide results in minutes can help control the spread of the virus in the meantime, Su said.

Philip Su, Audere CEO and founder. (Audere Photo)

The tests — known generally as rapid diagnostic tests or RDTs — can have high rates of failure, though the basic concept is simple. Imagine

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NonProfit PRO recently released a study called “2018 Nonprofit Leadership Impact Study: A Look at the Challenges Nonprofit Leadership Is Facing and How to Address Them.” One of the findings of that report was the fact that:

  • 63 percent of respondents to their survey stated that digital fundraising accounted for less than 20 percent of their total revenue.
  • 20 percent of those who responded said that digital fundraising accounted for 21 to 30 percent of their total revenue.

Not prioritizing technology is a missed opportunity!

Why Mobile Matters

I say it often, mobile, mobile, mobile. It’s all about mobile, and in the quick-paced environment of today, even in the nonprofit sector, the organizations that are succeeding are those that are putting aside the traditional fundraising solutions and embracing technology fully, especially and including mobile.

As reported by August Ash about global mobile facts, in October of 2016, there was more … Read More

Your Nonprofit Website is a key component for your communications strategy. Use the Three Cs to evaluate your current website and as part of the planning process as you move ahead with maximizing the value of the Internet for building your organization.

Communications

Your website is a hub for your internet communications. In your newsletter, social media, email signatures, link back to your website to bring people to your website. Once the person is visiting your website they must see information that is engaging and valuable to THEM.

  • Identify your target audience(s) and their needs
  • Your home page must have your key message that speaks to the site visitor
  • Have latest updates available from the home page – leading in to the specific areas of the site
  • Update your website on a regular basis with news and changes. Assign someone to review the website on a regular basis to be
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