Following the launch of the Charity Digital Code of Practice, chair and digital guru Zoe Amar looks at the non-technical skills around digital that trustees need under their belt.
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.
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.
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.
A new 10-part email course asks charity leaders to consider how digital technology can improve their organisation, communications and fundraising.
Social change charity Good Things Foundation has appointed three new non-executive directors with experience in digital tech to its board