PhilanTech was awarded an Intuit "Love a Local Business" Grant.
PhilanTech was highlighted by BusinessWeek in an article about the country's 25 most promising social entrepreneurs.
The article highlights PhilanTrack's unique ability to help foundations and nonprofits better spend fewer resources on grants administration and more on programs and service delivery, ultimately increasing social impact.
As noted by BusinessWeek, PhilanTech developed PhilanTrack to "help both nonprofit organization and foundations manage the onerous administrative work associated with funding, which uses up roughly 13% of all grant money, according to the Center for Effective Philanthropy. Goldstein's technology helps recapture a chunk of that annual $4 billion not being spent on services and programs." Read the rest of the article.
PhilanTech founder Dahna Goldstein's chapter entitled "Managing Technology Change" appears in the recently-published Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders. Order your copy today!
PhilanTech was featured in a Financial Times article that addresses the need for nonprofits to meet donor demands for improved accounability and efficiency, as well as nonprofits' desire for the unrestricted funds necessary to meet overhead costs.
"As non-profits seek ways to become more accountable to their funders, one technology solution could help. This is an online grants management system provided by the PhilanTech company. The system, called PhilanTrack, streamlines the creation of grant proposals as well as the reporting on how grants are spent." Read the rest of the article.
PhilanTech is a founding B Corporation. B Corporations are a new type of company which uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.
PhilanTech was featured in an article in onPhilanthropy about the Stewart Satter Social Entrepreneurship Fund at the New York University Stern School of Business. To read the article, visit OnPhilanthropy.com.
PhilanTech was awarded a grant by the Stewart Satter Social Entrepreneurship Fund at the New York University Stern School of Business. The press release is available for download at stern.nyu.edu [Word Document, 94 KB].