One week left to enter Charity Digital Survey 2018

Tech Trust is inviting charities across the UK to take part in their second annual large-scale survey on digital use in the charity sctor.

Chloe Green | 2nd Oct 18
Image shows view of UK from space. Tech Trust is inviting charities from across the UK to take part in the 2018 Charity Digital Survey.

There is less than a week left to enter the Charity Digital Survey 2018Tech Trust‘s second annual UK-wide survey of charities.

Tech Trust is inviting charities of all kinds to share their experiences, attitudes and future plans around digital, with a chance to win up to £100 in Amazon vouchers.

The survey takes less than ten minutes to complete, and your insight will help build a picture of the UK charity sector and digital for other charities to learn from, as well as guiding the direction of Tech Trust’s future services for charities.

Answering the survey could get you thinking about how you use digital in your organisation and what areas need attention, while also giving you the chance to share your views and pain points.

Looking back, moving forward

The results of this year’s Charity Digital Survey will be published in a freely available report in January.

Last year’s survey and the resulting report ‘No charity left behind: the need for a digital third sector‘ illuminated the fact that many charities (58%) lack a digital strategy. However, 92% of those with a digital strategy in place said they expected to increase their measurable impact.

There were also interesting results around digital training, digital marketing/engagement, the cloud and regulation and cybersecurity.  The report included a number of useful ‘calls to action’ or advice points from the results, with practical steps for charities to move forward.

2018’s report will build on last year’s results to offer a long-term perspective on how things have changed for charities, with updated advice and insight to reflect the learnings over the last two years.

Go here to enter the 2018 Charity Digital Survey