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Tech for Good Marketplace (T4GMP) strives to match United Way agency partners in need of tech support with volunteer experts in the field, called Guest CIOs, and industry volunteers to execute projects that will positively impact the organization. Our Technology United donor network is leading this work, ensuring our nonprofit agency partners receive equitable technology support so that their staff can focus on their mission to better support our community.

T4GMP begins by matching your organization with one of our Guest CIOs to perform a technology assessment. The technology assessment helps determine your organization's current technology state and the ability to execute technology projects aligned to your goals.

The technology assessment includes:

  • Gathering the technical inventory of your organization – everything from the internet connection to where you host your website.
  • Determining the maturity level of various technical systems and processes in the organization using our Assessment Rubric.
  • Establishing a view of your organization's current technology state and articulating a shared view of a possible technical future state.
  • Providing a prioritized list of actionable projects to move from the current state towards the future state.

With the assessment complete, T4GMP will align pro bono resources from a variety of sources in the Greater Milwaukee area to one or more of the prioritized projects. Those resources will begin by providing a detailed project plan, and in some cases, provide guidance and assistance implementing a project. Finally, a brief retrospective report on how the process went for your organization completes that project. Your organization may request help with one or multiple projects spread over time and in alignment with T4GMP's pro bono resources.



Why Tech for Good Marketplace

Penfield Children's Center

Technology United Volunteer Experience


PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc.

"It was helpful for the PEARLS team to gain insight on next steps during a time of transition in IT structure and leadership. Chris supported our team in the RFP process by reviewing each one, offering advice, and ultimately helping decide which direction to go. We landed on RiverRun, a local IT provider which offered different level plans that worked best for our organization." - Sheena Adams, Director of Operations at PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc.

Interested in Applying?

United Way Agency Program Partners (agencies who recieve an annual program allocation) can begin the 10-15 minute technology assessment at any time by completing the qualifying questions in e-CImpact.  Simply locate the Open Process/LOIs/RFPs investment on the left hand menu and click on 2024 under T4GMP - 2024. Answer the Request to Participate questions, and follow the steps to be attached to the application. Complete the application and submit. A T4GMP coordinator will contact you within two weeks of your submission. If you have questions about the process in e-CImpact, please reach out to Brook Ihde

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Meetings are conducted virtually. If you have questions about Tech for Good Marketplace or the content of the application, please contact a team member here.

Please note: United Way is happy to serve as the facilitator between an agency and Technology United volunteers, however Technology United and United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County are not liable for any project outcomes.


Interested in Volunteering?

If you're interested in volunteering with our Tech for Good Marketplace program, please contact our team at



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Additional Resources

Technology related funding opportunities may exist through our Techquity Initiative. Learn more on our Funding Opportunities page.