Tech Trust was established 16 years ago to explore ways charities could embrace technology and the internet for social good.
We believe that by being the best, most trusted source for UK charities to gain insight into, education on and access to digital solutions, we can really accelerate charitable impact in the years to come.
We reached out to a number of our tt-exchange customers to find out how they’ve made use of their software donations and discounts.
In this case study we look at how youth-focused charities have made the most of Adobe’s offerings!
At tt-exchange we’re keen to know how charities make use of products taken from our donation programme. With over 30,000 registered, that’s a lot of charities doing a lot of great stuff.
This month we’ve looked into health service charities, conducting surveys and interviews across multiple organisations.
Link Age are a charity based in the London borough of Southwark that aim to improve the quality of life for older people by keeping them involved in the community.
This case study explores how a move to Office 365 helped them, by giving them more time and money to focus on what’s really important!
The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity supports the running of Arthur Rank House, which operates in Cambridgeshire and the surrounding area.
They recently undertook the process of upgrading their servers to newer versions with the help of an independent IT support company.
This article gives the background to their setup, why they upgraded, the challenges faced and successes found. It also offers advice on hardware and infrastructure upgrades more generally.
Facial Palsy UK is a small charity supporting people with facial paralysis due to any cause. They provide information, treatment and support to those affected by the condition and their relatives.
They were able to access a donation for Shopify software, which they’ve used to raise funds and also engage with their supporters in a novel way. Find out about the challenges they faced, and their experiences setting it up and running it in their small team.