The TechSoup Global Network expands to 236 countries and territories.
An NGO in India becomes the one-millionth registered TechSoup user.
The TechSoup Global Network starts serving China.
NGOsource facilitates $100 million in international grants.
TechSoup launches a collaboration with Google for Nonprofits to ensure the eligibility of nonprofits that benefit from the program.
TechSoup adds 63,000 NGOs to its database in this year alone.
TechSoup forms the BRIDGE collaborative with GlobalGiving, GuideStar, and the Foundation Center.
TechSoup CEO Rebecca Masisak participates in the White House Forum on Business Innovation.
TechSoup launches ReStart Romania as a partnership between NetSquared, TechSoup Romania, the U.S. Embassy in Romania, and Microsoft to develop web-based solutions to civil society issues.
TechSoup and GuideStar International combine operations to strengthen capacity-building programs for civil society.
TechSoup receives the California Digital Inclusion Award.
TechSoup founder Daniel Ben-Horin receives the NTEN Lifetime Achievement Award from the Nonprofit Technology Network and a senior fellowship from Ashoka.
TechSoup starts the GreenTech Initiative to increase environmental awareness and encourage better choice-making among nonprofits and social benefit organizations worldwide.
The TechSoup Global Network starts serving the regions of Latin America and Australia.
TechSoup CEO Rebecca Masisak authors the Grand Prize-winning entry in the National Business Plan Competition for Nonprofit Organizations sponsored by the Yale School of Management-Goldman Sachs Foundation.
TechSoup launches the annual International Computer Refurbishers Summit, now known as the Electronics Reuse Conference.
TechSoup partners with Microsoft to provide Windows and Office to nonprofits.
TechSoup receives its first software donations to provide to nonprofits.
TechSoup is founded as CompuMentor, a technology mentoring system to help nonprofits and schools.