This week we love WaterAid's use of video in its 'If men had periods' campaign, Missing People's annual Big Tweet and British Museum's use of Periscope.
A "lack of brave leadership" is holding the sector back from exploiting digital technologies, according to the author of a report published today.
Some 20 per cent of charities do not accept donations via their own websites, and 38 per cent are not able to receive text donations, according to a report from Barclays.
The Children's Society and NSPCC both said last week they plan to revamp digital services for young people, while vInspired said it is engaging more young volunteers after changing its online form.
Losing Daniel is so painful. A very special man, he combined his brilliance with a way of making everyone around him feel valued, included and respected.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution has today launched what it believes to be the first UK charity app that works with Apple’s smartwatch, for people involved in its mass-participation fundraising challenge, H2Only.
Marie Curie set out to improve its use of digital after realising that it was “limiting its future” by neglecting it, and increased online donors and time visitors spent on the site by a quarter, its head of digital said yesterday.
Amnesty International UK has given street fundraisers virtual reality headsets so they can show the public the impact barrel bombing has had in Syria.
A review programme has been launched by think tank NPC to assess how to improve access to digital technology in a charity sector “lagging way behind” in its approach.