58% of UK charities do not have a digital strategy, reveals Tech Trust

Whitepaper reveals the key lessons for charities from Tech Trust’s Digital Charity Survey 2018.

Chloe Green | 17th Jan 18

A new Tech Trust whitepaper has revealed that 58% of UK charities do not have a digital strategy.

Yet the same report shows that, of charities with a digital strategy in place, 92% are more confident about increasing their impact.

These are some of the results from a new whitepaper by Tech Trust that reveals the big lessons for charities from its Digital Charity Survey 2018.

The free whitepaper, “No charity left behind: the need for a digital third sector,” reveals the trends in areas including investment in tools and training, the cloud, cyber security and digital fundraising.

The UK-wide survey looked into the attitudes and plans of over 1,200 non-profits around digital technology, with respondents ranging from large to micro-organisations.

It highlights positive results from charities that are gaining benefits from their use of technology, as well as the things that charities can do to be more efficient, save money, gain more supporters and grow awareness of their cause.

Charities will find advice from key experts, resources and tools, and a set of strategic action points that charities can take to get ahead.

Click here to download the whitepaper, “No charity left behind: the need for a digital third sector”