TAG is an active community of professionals responsible for information and communications technology in the philanthropic sector. The community provides the highest quality resources and learning opportunities in an open and trusted environment.
Information Technology (I.T.) Role. The application of Information Technology is transformative to non-profit organizations.
Professional Connections.Information Technology professionals are much more effective and efficient when they share knowledge and experience with each other.
Strong Relationships. Strong relationships and trust provide a solid support structure and safe space for deep sharing.
Inclusive. Technology is critical to achieving the mission of philanthropic organizations large and small. Knowledge on Information and Communications Technology in a philanthropic context should be accessible to all non-profits.
TAG's Board completed a strategic planning process in November 2008 and highlights were presented to TAG members at the 2008 Annual Conference. A review of the strategic plan has been incorporated into the annual planning cycle each year. The Board encourages feedback from members and will consider member feedback as part of the annual planning process.
You can download the strategic plan document. Please send any feedback or comments to email@example.com.