Author: Joe Lepper
The fable has been written as part of digital skills partnership Catalyst’s mission to improve the use of technology in the charity sector.
A Reason Digital report has found that older people are far more likely to give regularly to charities through online direct debits.
Four small charities are benefiting and the payments firm is looking for more voluntary sector organisations to take part.
The software has been created by digital consultancy Caution Your Blast in partnership with online payments firm SumUp with an aim to slash costs in taking cashless donations.
Cisco will use its network of thousands of IT experts to help devise tech initiatives to support the homeless.
The money will be used to help child protection organisations stay one step ahead of threats to the safety of children online.
The service has been launched by Winston’s Wish using US originated 24/7 emergency text services Shout and Crisis Text Line.
The radio presenter is helping Music for Dementia raise awareness of a series of guides to help people use online music platforms, such as Spotify and Amazon, to create playlists with those living with dementia.
Prior’s Court is using a bespoke data system to record thousands of activities each week to help monitor the effectiveness of its support for young people with autism.
The money has been raised by law firm Bevan Brittan though opting to send e-cards instead of postage on physical greetings cards.