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Religious charities now eligible for Huddle software through tt-exchange

Tech Trust has announced that UK religious charities are now able to request donations from cloud content collaboration supplier Huddle through its tt-exchange technology donation programme. This change in Huddle’s eligibility requirements will allow a wide range of religious organisations and charities from all faiths to save 94% – 96% off the software’s regular list price.

These newly eligible charities can now benefit from Huddle’s cloud-based collaboration platform, which allows both internal and external stakeholders to easily share information, documents and files. This means that staff, trustees, volunteers, missionaries, aid workers, and other external partners can all communicate and access the required information to manage projects securely no matter where they are around the world.

Tech Trust CEO, Richard Craig, said: “Religious groups have a long-standing tradition of being philanthropic and dedicated to serving humanity through their charitable work. We welcome Huddle’s changes to its eligibility requirements and look forward to developing relationships with a new network of charities as a result.”

More information on available products and eligibility can be found here.

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