GoDaddy are now donating a bundle of online tools to UK charities, which includes domain registration, and 1-year subscriptions to their Website Builder and Search Engine Visibility services.
“GoDaddy is one of the foremost domain registrars in the world, and the fact that they provide such an easy-to-manage, scalable option makes it a great choice for most small-medium charities.”
We have good news!
We’re happy to announce that public libraries are now eligible to request a range of donated IT products.
That means they’ll be able to access a range of IT donations – from Microsoft Office software and servers to Symantec security products to Adobe Acrobat XI and loads more.
Windows 10 is now available worldwide and it’s highly recommended that anyone using an older version of Windows should upgraded sooner than later.
Microsoft have made many upgrades free to the public, so tt-exchange donations might not be the best route for your charity.
To figure out what to do, just decide whether your charity would benefit most from the Pro or Enterprise version, then take a look at the upgrade paths below to work out your best route going forward. Easy!
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.
From today, eligible UK charities can access special discounts on two different versions of Adobe Creative Cloud.
Through our tt-exchange programme, eligible charities could already access donated licences of Adobe Acrobat Pro and Photoshop Elements 13 and Premiere Elements 13 , but the new discounted plans will make a much wider range of creative software affordable for more charitable organisations.
The Westhill & District Men’s Shed was the first branch of the Men’s Sheds to be set up in Scotland.
“Everyone had a document they’d copied, saved somewhere and made changes to. Some files might be named ‘latest’ even though they dated from a year before”, says their chairman, Nick Pilbeam.
Check out this case study for the issues they faced and the solution they found.