The ninth Charity Technology Conference took place on Wednesday and Civil Society News has collated some of the insights from the day.
Only 15 per cent of applications to a Nesta fund to invest in innovations to help older people, children and communities, came from charities and no charity has received money from the fund yet.
Two free online tools for charities to help them measure their impact have been launched by New Philanthropy Capital as part of the Inspiring Impact programme.
The Medical Research Council has given the Association of Medical Research Charities £1m to allow members with a research spend below £25m free access to a new impact measurement tool.
It is vital that the voices suggesting the change are heard by the ears that need to hear it and until we understand and map that cross functional landscape, collaboration remains purely an aspiration.
Action on Hearing Loss is rolling out an outcomes measurement system for each of its beneficiaries to use, with help from their support workers.
Dr Kath Edgar explains how a government-funded IT project is helping to standardise the collection of impact data on youth activities.
Intelligent Giving may yet be consigned to the history books as New Philanthropy Capital struggles to secure funding to revive the charity comparison website.