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Lloyds Bank Trust have undergone a digital transformation that makes it easier for the small and local charities that they partner with to apply for and secure grant funding
A Christmas campaign by Action for Children is seeing artificial intelligence tech deployed in a pop up store to help donors choose the present they want to give a child in need.
Blue Cross is using cashless payment technology at sites UK wide that offer a video ‘thank you’ to those who are donating to the charity.
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.
Partnerships can be the key that helps smaller charities extend their reach, build infrastructure and improve service delivery.
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.
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Kudos Software has created the apps to improve customer management and other areas of charity retail such as stock control, pricing as well as delivery and collections.
A team of tech specialists from Greenwood Campbell have been deployed to help elderly residents, who are experiencing loneliness, to use Google Assistant.