Impact & Efficiency
A report says that mobile phone users are less likely to make donations through give-back programs than those browsing on desktop and laptop PCs, suggesting charities should reconsider how they appeal to mobile donors.
Open to small charities, NGOs and other projects, the Challenge Award will fund a project that harnesses technology’s power to support democracy and help ‘reframe’ the role of technology.
Cloud-based box office management and fundraising solution now has 15 Scottish arts organisations on its customer list.
Report urges greater understanding of how digital innovation can help people with MS stay out of hospital, and empower them to take greater control over the quality of their lives.
Digital project will show how charities help to change world for better by answering range of public concerns about some of our greatest challenges.
The doors of AI innovation are opening for the charity sector, with companies such as Microsoft reaching out to partner with charities on their ideas. We showcase three standout examples of charity AI partnerships already emerging.
Organisations are invited to bid for a series of grants from the ICO to develop innovative digital privacy solutions. Favoured tech includes machine learning, big data and biometrics.
Donation points in shop windows in Newport will help raise funds to support local rough sleepers, with tech tools to help them stay in contact with sources of help.
John Onion, Managing Director of digital marketing agency upriseUp, explains the role of marketing automation for charities - how it can help them solve their GDPR woes and encourage supporter action with more personalised engagement.
Marketing automation is becoming a central tool for charities to communicate with their contacts at scale. John Onion, Managing Director of digital marketing agency upriseUp, compares some of the main platforms for charities.