I've worked with computers for almost fifty years, starting with mainframes and changing with the industry. I've run an architectural business that was "ahead of the curve" in its use of computers and have now integrated the use of computers into my teaching for twenty five years. I've been doing it long enough that I'm relatively immune to fads and am intensely focused on what makes sense to the end user - not what's the latest cool tool/toy.
In particular I believe that there's an almost bewildering array of useful free and low-cost software that can enhance the productivity of most organizations. No one can keep track of it all, but I've spent a great deal of time looking at it and experiment with it to try and find what's useful.
What I bring to a nonprofit is the ability to understand what's important to you and to recommend potential solutions, recognizing not only the cost of the hardware and software, but also the training and maintenance issues. Below I've put down areas where I should be able to help. I'm comfortable with both Windows and Mac systems as well as their operation.
Many of my best desktop tools have come from Gizmo's Freeware Site - I heartily recommend it if all you need is special tool. You wouldn't need me for that.