If your charity is looking to get more from its IT systems and processes, The Tech Surgery by The Charity IT Association (CITA) could be the answer.
It is a pilot scheme for UK registered charities based in London with a turnover of between 100k and 1m, which provides free independent advice to help you make better use of technology.
CITA is a team of like-minded groups which have a passion for helping charities get the most from their IT. The organisation has set out to create a simple, easy-to-consume entry point for charities to engage with the pro-bono and low-bono partners who were willing to help them to get more advantage from their IT. The Tech Surgery will act as a condensed initial engagement either to help resolve a specific problem, or to help a charities find the right resources to up their game in the exploitation of IT.
To receive a two-hour consultation with a strategic IT volunteer, simply fill out this form. Following the consultation you will have a report with a clear set of recommendations for your specific needs
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