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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Jan. 21, 2022 – To support nonprofits as they shifted their operations and looked for new ways to improve their technology, Connect Cause donated over $129,237 in monetary contributions, products, and services to nonprofit groups during the 2021 calendar year.

Connect Cause helped nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, Stop Soldier Suicide, Franklin Vance Warren Opportunity and dozens more find free and budget-friendly IT solutions as the need for socially distanced and remote operations increased amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Resources provided included phones, computers, internet and security tools, and a diverse team of professional technology consultants to come alongside the nonprofits and help implement the new systems.

“Nonprofit organizations are a key part of helping our communities moving forward post-pandemic and at Connect Cause we want to do everything we can to empower these groups to fulfill their missions and serve others,” said Connect Cause CEO Ahmad Eied. “This company was founded on a mission to provide comprehensive and affordable technology solutions for nonprofits and those services are needed now as much as ever.”

Connect Cause works exclusively with nonprofit organizations in the Triangle and surrounding area to analyze and implement strategic initiatives and technology plans unique to the organization’s needs. New clients are currently being accepted and those interested can visit ConnectCause.com for more information.

About Connect Cause
Connect Cause works exclusively with nonprofits and other charitable foundations to improve their technology solutions so that they can make an exponential impact and better serve their communities.

— ConnectCause.com —

Media Contact:
Blake Freeland
Connect Cause
blake@connectcause.com

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