Charity Digital Views
Vimal Patel, Founder and Commercial Director at FARM Digital, addresses the question of why trustees are still not taking full advantage of digital - and what charities need to be doing about it.
CAF's Rhodri Davies asks what the world will be like for charities once the internet has truly broken out of smartphones and devices and into the world at large.
As part of our #CharityDigitalViews series, we asked Twitter whether they thought charity governance is fit for the digital age.
Vinay Nair, CEO of Lightful, explains why sustainability and 'resilience through digital' go hand-in-hand for charitable organisations.
Each week, we pose a question to our Twitter followers, asking for your thoughts on the big digital/tech-related issues facing charities today.
Mike Buonaiuto, Founder and Executive Director of social change agency Shape History, argues that it's time for the traditional charity video campaign to evolve - here's how.
CAF's Rhodri Davies asks whether charities should be willing participants in an 'attention economy' where brands compete to exploit potentially unhealthy online behaviours.
To kick off our #CharityDigitalViews series, Charity Digital News Twitter followers shared their shortfalls and pitfalls when it comes to digital transformation.
John Onion, Managing Director of digital marketing agency upriseUP, argues that competition for paid Google searches is diminishing the effectiveness of charities' online fundraising campaigns, restricting the amount that goes to good causes.
Matt Broekhuizen, Managing Director and Founder of Table 19, looks at some of the issues facing young people in the online world, arguing that more needs to be done to shield children from its dangers.