Both Scope and Terrence Higgins Trust have produced eye-catching videos to highlight their current campaigns and engage their audiences.
The Institute of Fundraising has unveiled a new mobile-compatible website which it says better “reflects its most up-to-date branding”.
It is "not an option" for charities to have websites which don't work on mobile, because donors are increasingly "giving on the go", a Google executive told a charity audience yesterday.
Last week Kirsty Weakley spent a day immersed in all things digital transformation at CharityComms' conference. She picks out the key themes that emerged.
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.
A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.
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.
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.
Charities’ security system face particular threat from hacktivists who disagree with their objectives, the chief information officer at the Royal British Legion said last week.
Children’s charity Action for Children has launched a new mobile-friendly website and digital strategy, as well as refreshing its online brand with a change of colour.