A part of the TechSoup Global Network, TechSoup Asia-Pacific supports over 35,000 nonprofits and charities all across 43 countries within the Asia-Pacific region. We’ve partnered with the region’s preeminent civil society organizations to improve lives through the use of technology. Through our partners, we are able to manage a range of capacity-building programs and have delivered more than US$435 million in technology tools and philanthropic services to local nonprofits.
NASSCOM Foundation seeks to empower the local CSO sector in India through their capacity building programs via their rural knowledge sectors and through the BigTech donation program.
Based in Adelaide South, Australia, Connecting Up provides technology donations and discounts, directories of nonprofits and technology suppliers, and hosts the premiere nonprofit event in the continent annually
Frontier Foundation is devoted to connecting minorities and internet, and developing participatory discussion within organizations through policy research, grass-roots education, and promotion of alternative media
ASSIST is an international NGO focused on capacity building. It seeks to promote sustainable practices to address social problems in the developing world, with a focus on Asia and Africa, through research and supporting various projects
Yayasan Salam Malaysia is a non-profit organization that promotes the spirit of volunteerism among Malaysians, and provides volunteering opportunities to willing individuals to communities local and abroad
NPO IT Support Center is a nonprofit organization that provides the necessary ICT support and resources which local NPOs in Korea would need. These include assistance in on-the-ground ICT needs and trainings.
Acting as a national infrastructure organization for NGOs in Japan, JNPOC has been supporting local civil society organizations through cultivating multi-sectoral partnerships and providing disaster relief along with policies and research
Literally translating to “We Can”, Kitabisa harnesses the power of the masses through crowd-funding. Since its launch in 2013, Kitabisa has collected over 8.46 billion Rupiah in crowd-funding to support over 785 initiatives.