Digital is not something that you do, it is something that you are. It is a set of tools, practices and behaviours that your whole charity needs to adopt.
We have always encouraged small charities with limited resources to embrace digital solutions.
Working at home, social distancing, online fundraising and the offer of virtual services means that a digital workplace has never been more relevant to you than now.
What role can technology play in your charity and what are the best digital options for:
- working remotely and collaboratively
- staying in touch with your supporters, donors and volunteers
- accepting online and digital donations
- spreading your message and reaching a new audience
- measuring your impact
- keeping your data and systems safe
- managing finances
To meet your organisation’s purpose you should make sure all of the digital systems being used are up-to-date, connected to one another and well maintained and ensure your team have a digital skills and inclusion training programme to make the best use of your systems.
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