Web conferencing and websites for non-profits

Are you a Canadian non-profit looking to harness the power of the internet for collaboration and communication? Green Communities Canada can help.

Our GreenIT social enterprise offers affordable packages for web conferencing and self-managed websites. 

Blackboard Collaborate

Call us to test drive Blackboard Collaborate, a powerful web conferencing tool that willhelp you build community and share passion for your cause. Organizations of any size can use Blackboard for online meetings, training, webinars, courses. Blackboard connects people and ideas with slide shows, screen-sharing, voice/video conferencing, and more.

Blackboard Collaborate is a rich, versatile, interactive online experience that saves travel time and cuts GHG emissions. You can join in via phone, smartphone, or iPad. And you can record sessions for archiving and sharing.

Websites that make a difference

We’re also excited to be working with the “faces” of non-profits, developing dynamic websites that share your stories and your valuable work. We will work closely with you to tune your site to your vision, providing access to the content you want, seeking donations, and linking to Facebook, Twitter, blogs, feeds and other active elements.  

Best of all, GreenIT will build you a site you can update on your own, making it easy and inexpensive to keep content fresh. We will give you the tools to take control over your own message. 

Clients to date include Ontario land trust and literacy organizations, and in-house sites like WALK Friendly Communities.

Technology consulting

Finally, we love helping non-profits figure out how to use technology to do more good in the world. We offer training and consulting on a variety of topics – even a short conversation can reap huge rewards. So much is happening so quickly in the IT world … it is nice to have someone on your side who can communicate in a way that doesn’t require a degree in computer science.

Please get in touch and we can talk.

 

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