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Nonprofits, like many other kinds of organizations, have accelerated their interest in eLearning technology (specifically, learning management systems) as more employees shift to remote workers. Contributing to this need for better eLearning tech may be higher demands for special requirements and regulations. The challenges nonprofit organizations face are often similar to that of for-profit organizations, but nonprofits do face some unique additional challenges. The first step to overcoming these challenges is to recognize potential obstacles and be prepared for them. By nature, every new expense for a nonprofit is examined by how effectively it contributes to “the mission” of the organization. A few of these obstacles include achieving management buy-in, showing value in eLearning tech year-over-year, and how technology can help retain employees. Empowering your learners with a robust LMS and aligning your learning programs with the greater organizational objectives can make all the difference when tackling these challenges.