This infographic sums up just some of the key findings from our survey of over 1200 charities.
The goal is to offer insight into the attitudes and applications of digital among charities across the sector.
Small charities often assume their safe from online threats but this isn’t always the reality.
Staying safe online is essential. This is especially relevant when working with sensitive data, which we know many charities are.
Microsoft Tech4good events provide a great opportunity for charities to network and find out about all that Microsoft has to offer.
If you weren’t able to make the last one, don’t worry, we’ve rounded up all the topics discussed and will be sharing them all with you.
Often times charities have employees and volunteers working remotely or part-time which means communicating effectively through digital is very important.
We’ve rounded up some of the best tools (in our humble opinion) for communicating and collaborating with ease, and on a budget.
Webinars are growing in popularity in the business marketing world. It’s now starting to take-off in the charity sector as people realise it’s a great way to share knowledge and communicate your organisations goals.
This article runs through some of the ways a webinar might be useful for you and what to consider if you chose to conduct one. That way you can make an informed decision before you invest the time.
Thanks to the efforts of several government, private and non-profit organisations, more people than ever have basic digital skills in the UK. Unfortunately, a number of reports have shown that charities are missing out on this progress.
To give an overview of the state of digital uptake in the UK charity sector, we’ve put together a simple infographic.