To celebrate its work with UK charities, Charity Technology Trust (CTT) has announced its new name and branding. It is now known as ‘Technology Trust’, and its CTXchange technology donation programme, which has saved the sector £100m, now ‘tt-exchange.’
Technology Trust has unveiled a new website designed to make it easier for charities to access its services and resources.
Richard Craig, CEO of Technology Trust, said: “Over the past 11 years, we have worked with thousands of charities in the UK – helping them to make technology work for them. Saving the sector £100 million is a cause for celebration – and a great milestone on which to launch our new brand.
“Whether we are helping charities to save money on the latest software, implement online fundraising, adopt email marketing or move to the cloud, our mission is to provide friendly advice and guidance to help charities achieve more with technology. Our new branding really captures this.”
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