Create your organization’s future
Cross the Divide puts enterprise-level IT solutions within reach for nonprofits so you can focus on what you do best – fulfilling your mission.
Why Cross the Divide?
Since we partner solely with nonprofits, we understand the challenges you face and deliver the robust nonprofit IT support your team requires at a significant budgetary savings.
Your In-House IT Team
Fully Managed IT Services
Fully Managed IT Services Focused on Non-profits
CTD offers the non-profit IT solutions your organization needs: Private cloud and local infrastructure management, network security and computer management, Microsoft & Office 365 management and migrations, remote access management, a full-service help desk and much more.
We have created a robust technology infrastructure that leverages economies of scale, allowing non-profits of all sizes affordable access to a feature-rich suite of technology tools.
Supporting 1,800 client staff across 100+ offices throughout the U.S.
“We have worked with CTD since 2010. Partnering with their helpdesk has freed up resources to really allow us to focus on our mission. The team at CTD is approachable and professional at all levels of the organization. They not only help keep us safe, but also ensure that we are informed of relevant technology for our varied business use cases.”
Steven Fernandez, VP of Operations, Grid Alternatives
Managed IT Services
“We were a small non-profit that was pretty happy with our IT guy until our server crashed! Cross The Divide jumped in and went above and beyond any other company and recovered the data literally overnight. We have been with them since 2005 and they have grown with our organization. Now we are an organization of over 90 employees, and they are just as responsive as they were on day one. We have the most up to date software and equipment thanks to their forward thinking approach. We are confident that our data is protected, secure and well watched over. We owe a large part of our success to our partnership with Cross the Divide.”
Lucinda Lee O’Sullivan, Director of Human Resources and Operations, Habitat for Humanity East Bay Silicon Valley