Our latest blog entries

  • Donations and Skilled IT Workers Urgently Needed to Support RVA Nonprofits
    Our local nonprofit community needs our help more than ever, and IT4Causes is helping these organizations get and use the technology they need to remain effective while working remotely. As the COVID-19 crisis continues and their needs increase, we are starting to feel the strain on our resources, and we need your help to support […]
  • Avoid COVID-19 Cyber Scams!
    Organizations are relying on telecommuting and teleworking in order to continue operations while simultaneously helping contain the spread of COVID-19. Phishing attacks-collections of personal and/or financial information from individuals posing as representatives of a legitimate organization-are popping up; as the COVID-19 virus continues to affect communities nationwide, scams in the form of charitable solicitations for […]
  • IT4Causes offers assistance to local nonprofits to deal with Coronavirus impacts
    Given the current coronavirus situation, your nonprofit organization will likely need to make some changes to how you work.  We at IT4Causes stand ready to help nonprofits in the greater Richmond, VA area* use technology to lessen the impact of closed offices or self-isolation of individual workers.  We’ve been closely following the situation and working […]
  • Skilled IT Volunteers Needed to Assist Local Nonprofits with COVID-19 Response
    Based on the current State of Emergency in both the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States as a whole, IT4Causes is assembling a team of current, past, and new skilled IT volunteers to help nonprofits in the greater Richmond VA area continuing to fulfill their missions in rapidly evolving circumstances. To best serve the […]
  • IT4Causes Receives $20,000 Grant to Support Workforce Development
    RICHMOND,VA—IT4Causes, Inc. continues to make a lasting impact on local non-profits, and we aren’t the only ones who have taken notice. Because of the tremendous work that IT4Causes is doing, the Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond has awarded IT4Causes a $20,000 grant to expand workforce development in the local community through our internship program. […]
  • IT4Causes Now Offers 24×7 Support Service
    RICHMOND,VA—IT4Causes is no stranger to information technology support for non-profits. For five years, we have been providing assessments and solutions to small to mid-sized non-profit organizations in the local RVA area. As we continue to uphold our commitment to #BetterITforaBetterWorld, we are proud to announce a new partnership with Networking Technology Solutions (NTS) in Midlothian […]
  • IT4Causes is Turning 5
    RICHMOND,VA—IT’S BEEN 5 YEARS, AND WE’RE STILL KICKING! Because many small businesses do not successfully make it to 5 years, we are delighted to announce that IT4Causes is still here, operating stronger than ever. When IT4Causes incorporated in October 2014, we did so to make a positive impact through IT solutions. Five years later, we […]
  • Client Spotlight: Gateway Homes
    *Images Courtesy of Gateway Homes* RICHMOND, VA–At IT4Causes, our goal is to provide stable, secure, and sustainable information technology solutions that enable other nonprofit organizations to focus on their missions and serve their clients better, with lower total cost and more efficient operation. We’re honored to partner with our clients to empower them in their efforts to […]
  • Dave Williams named 2018 Volunteer of the Year
    RICHMOND, Virginia—We recently announced our 2018 Volunteers of the Year for the Retiree category (Bob Parker) and the Job Seeker category (David Crighton), and now we’d like to announce one final Volunteer of the Year, Dave Williams, in the Corporate category. Dave currently works as a cloud architect where he helps clients migrate files to […]
  • Introducing Our New Bonner Scholar Interns
    RICHMOND, Va–Last year, in partnership with the University of Richmond’s Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, IT4Causes welcomed 2 new interns, Will Walker, and Abhishek Shilpakar. A year later, we are pleased to announce the addition of two more Bonner Scholars*, Jannette You and Tom Lee. Jannette, a freshman, plans to major in Business Administration, with […]