Kirsty Weakley argues that if charities don’t understand what their technology partners are doing, they risk damaging trust in the sector.
An app that claimed to support a charity rescuing refugees in the Mediterranean by enabling users to search satellite data has been pulled from Apple’s app store, after technology experts said it did not work.
Boards must engage with digital services or their organisation may be left behind, says Chris Sherwood.
Charities must improve their digital offering or lose beneficiaries, the chief executive of Parkinson’s UK warned yesterday.
NCVO has launched a toolkit for the voluntary sector, which is designed to help organisations “plan, design and deliver” digital skills programmes.
A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.
Google has announced the 29 organisations which are to receive a share of the £14m ($20m) fund set up to use technology to take on accessibility challenges.
A total of 16 of the top 100 fundraising charities still fail Google’s ‘mobile-friendly’ test, down from 33 last year.
The Open University has announced that it is offering a free to enrol, eight-week long course called ‘Introducing the voluntary sector’ for those who work in the sector or are looking to work in it.
Charities are still struggling to embrace digital transformation, with those on the operations and finance side still not understanding the potential, according to a report from technology charity Eduserv.