Tag: Charity Digital Code of Practice
The joint initiative between the code’s chair Zoe Amar and the Cornwall Museums Partnership offers charities an introduction to the code and a chance to apply its principles to their organisation.
In the first of a new series focusing on the principles of the Charity Digital Code, Zoe Amar speaks to Age UK's Lara Burns about what lessons can be taken from the 'Leadership' principle of the Code.
Trillium’s new abbreviated guide to the Charity Digital Code of Practice presents practical steps in a way that is quick and easy for charities to action and share.
Lack of digital skills highlighted in analysis of 150 charities that have benchmarked themselves against the sector's first digital code of practice.
The tool has been released to help charities make greater use of the Charity Digital Code of Practice, which lays out guiding principles for charities on improving their digital functions.
The code includes seven guiding principles such as ensuring charity leaders are committed to improving digital capabilities and that service users and stakeholders are involved.
New code aims to answer calls among charities for more help to manage risk, persuade leaders of the importance of digital and to improve staff skills.