Digital Tools for Nonprofits Smart Youth Work LAB

Communication and social media

What is it for: Social media management tool that can be used to post from one app to multiple social media platforms (e.g Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter). You can schedule posts well in advance, but also post simultaneously from a single place instead of going to each platform individually.

What is it for: Designing and managing newsletters for several lists.

What is it for: Video conferencing with full functionality, which enables very good online group meetings

What is it for: Designing online graphics, logos in a very easy way

What is it for: Designing graphics, web stories, videos

What is it for: Online/mobile video editing

Special Entry

What is it for: A place where you can watch people playing games live. Over 15 million people use it daily.

What is it for: Treasure hunt games and discovery trails (e.g including in libraries, youth centers etc.)

What is it for: creating free or paid e-learning courses that can be accessed anywhere, on any device

Project Management / Productivity

What is it for: Project management, sharing project statuses (including with the public)

What is it for: Easy scheduling of meetings and coordination of time schedules

What is it for: Online visual collaboration

What is it for: A package of cloud services available cheaper or for free to NGOs, plus 10.000$/month advertising credit.

What is it for: Validation platform for NGOs that allows access to discounted software, cloud solutions and donor apps and licences for a broad factor of donors.

What is it for: Cloud services, email accounts and productivity apps, including a lot of free storage space, with heavily discounted rates for NGOs.

What is it for: Files management, document collaboration, file storage (up to 5TB)

Personal Productivity Apps

What is it for: Task management in a very easily accessible mode, individually or in collaboration mode

What is it for: Buying eSIM's for most countries in the world (or regions) directly from your phone (works only on eSIM-enabled phones)

The Smart Youth Work LAB project is co-financed by the European Union through the Erasmus+ Programme.


Created with images by David Pisnoy - "untitled image" • Daria Nepriakhina - "untitled image" • Kate Macate - "https://creativemarket.com/KateMacate/shop/templates" • John Schnobrich - "together now" • Kelly Sikkema - "An important part of my art is iteration. Pushing to get a better version, refining over and over until it’s something that I’m satisfied with." • Joanna Kosinska - "Minimal pencils on yellow" • Keagan Henman - "untitled image" • Alex Haney - "untitled image" • Geronimo Giqueaux - "untitled image" • Paul Hanaoka - "A friend gave me a book called Logo Modernism, we keep it on our coffee table, one day my son was turning the pages and I snapped this when he got to “E”." • Estée Janssens - "untitled image" • Elena Koycheva - "untitled image" • Simon Migaj - "find more travel inspiration at http://www.instagram.com/simonmigaj" • Lauren Edvalson - "Google Logo on a Cookie " • Mario Gogh - "untitled image" • Scott Webb - "Bob Ross once said: If you learned how to make a cloud, your time is not wasted. I’d also say that taking time out of the day to watch the clouds, even for just a few minutes, is time well spent. Even better with a friend." • Erda Estremera - "Moving Day" • Chris Liverani - "Math exam" • Paweł Czerwiński - "One of the display units at the Discovery Center of the Centennial Hall." • Fabian Blank - "Cute piggy bank" • Erol Ahmed - "Fragrant bay leaves grow on large deciduous trees. When collected, they can be dried and added to recipes for a herbal flavor and scent. I collected these from the San Francisco Flower Market and clipped them off the branches. I hope they all dry well for cooking."