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Jancie Miller CEO of Kidasha shares some insights into how small charities can benefit from digital tools, in the right way
Sally Dyson from the SCVO shares how they've created a digital ecosystem in Scotland to kickstart their own and other organisations digital journey
This Get Online Week, charities are being encouraged to nurture digital champions within their organisations that will help them to be motivated and proactive and support wellbeing in the workplace.
Chair of the Charity Digital Code of Practice Zoe Amar talks with Manchester charity TLC: Talk, Listen, Change about how building digital into their strategy is saving them time and improving the quality of their services.
Ross McCulloch, Director at Third Sector Lab, shares his learnings from the SCVO Digital Senior Leaders Programme, with six crucial things for charity leaders to consider when looking to drive change with digital.
Charity Digital email expert Elizabeth Carter shares her 3 top tips on how charities can best use email to drive registrations to their events and keep delegates engaged.
Giselle Cory and Tracey Gyateng, DataKind UK, argue that charities should look beyond the big scary concepts of AI and data science and instead look at the simple things they can start putting in place now that will answer their most important questions.
Members of the public can offer their skills to charities and find causes they want to get involved with via a new social network.
The Mr Porter Health in Mind partnership will see the men's charity run an integrated campaign through ecommerce site Mr Porter's Journal weekly online magazine.
The Cybersmile Foundation is overhauling its website in the build-up to next year's Stop Cyberbullying Day.