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Scott Meis

Great stuff Michael, we do a lot of work with nonprofits and this is certainly a big step forward. Thanks a ton for all of your hard work pushing this along and great explanation video above as well.

Melissa Smich

Great Post! Corporate Social Responsibility is very important. As a matter of fact, myhosting.com just announced free web hosting services for not-for-profits.

Check it out: http://myhosting.com/blog/2009/09/myhosting-offers-free-web-hosting-services-community-minded-organizations-press-release/

Zach Hochstadt, Founding Partner at Mission Minded

Thanks for the post, Michael. We'll be looking into this for our clients, as well.

Melinda Lewis

This IS great--YouTube should really be commended for obviously thinking a lot about how to meet nonprofits' needs, rather than just assuming that NPOs will fit into their existing functionality. And your enthusiasm and passion are contagious!

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