The charity sector has a huge digital skills gap to fill - here are some of the roles we think are most in-demand.
The Learning Foundation, Nominet and the Greater London Authority are among the cross-sector organisations involved in setting up digital inclusion group Digital Access For All.
The Children’s Society, Code 4000 UK, Full Fact and Wayfindr are among the winners at the first Vodafone Techstarter awards.
A total of 36 projects are vying for digital innovation awards in areas including health, education and diversity.
Digital secretary Jeremy Wright has named the charity sector organisations to benefit from £1m Digital Leadership Fund money aimed at improving tech training in the voluntary sector.
The charity gaddum has teamed up with Manchester Metropolitan University to use artificial intelligence to explore connection between mood and music.
The Good Things Foundation is celebrating helping one million people with their digital skills, but warns 6.9m will still be excluded by 2028 at the current rate of change.
Whether you are looking for your first digital role in the charity sector, or a new career challenge for 2019, we list some of the best online and offline routes to finding the best charity digital jobs.
The government’s Digital Inclusion Fund is backing the development of ‘smart homes’ for the elderly, an app to combat obesity and video consultations in palliative care.
A consortium of organisations headed by New Philanthropy Capital will look at how success stories from Building Connections Fund projects can be mirrored nationwide.