This month, the organisation previously known as the Charity Consortium IT Directors Group (CCitDG) will be launching a new logo and name, ‘Charity IT Leaders’. It will also consider changing to Charitable Incorporated Organisation status.
The name change follows a vote which was cast at the AGM and Annual Conference October 2012. This will be effective from 14th March, with an event in London marking the occasion, after the group’s quarterly meeting. Chair Laura Dawson, said the name will “better reflect the nature of the Group and be easier to communicate.”
The Group has been around since 2000 and represents IT leaders in the sector from 85 different organisations of mainly charities, with yearly turnovers of over GBP25m. Members include British Heart Foundation, Save the Children and the Salvation Army.
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