Charity Technology Conference 2018

7 November 2018 Events London

Now in its thirteenth successful year, we’re delighted to announce that the Charity Technology Conference will return in 2018 and be held at etc.venues St Paul's, a state of the art conference and exhibition centre.

The conference is accredited by the CPD Standards Office and this activity equates to 5 hours of CPD. Delegates will be provided with a certificate of attendance, which should be kept within your CPD record, and can be used as evidence in a CPD audit by a professional institute or regulator.

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This conference is always informative, engaging and inspiring
James Driscoll, Butterfly Conservation

A great day, packed with relevant information
Jackie Stewart, Save the Children

After today’s visit to the conference, I’ve never felt so motivated or excited to work in digital!
Lydia Willetts, Compton Hospice

This is always a worthwhile event. Some good thinking and planning for keynotes & breakouts. Invaluable!
Christopher O’Mahony, Harrow School

First time here, excellent conference. See you next year! Thank you
Ben Coppard, Pancreatic Cancer UK

Really insightful and lots of content
Becci Price, War Child

An excellent day with peers
Nathan Bacon, Action Against Medical Accidents

Excellent conference, really useful
Tracy Dorman, International Glaucoma Association

Big choice of relevant sessions and subjects
Catherine Bradley, Historic Royal Palaces

Thought provoking content that tackles the current issues of today
Mandy Johnson, Small Charities Coalition

Great venue, great content, great delivery
Rory Gaffney, Downs Syndrome Scotland

Good content, inspiring speaker and case studies
Dhairya Patel, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity

Very interesting and thought provoking
Matt Gorle, Marine Conservation Society

Useful day and opportunity to network with likeminded peers
Phil Sherwin, Royal Air Forces Association

Very useful and helped me guide my thoughts and strategies
Adam James, Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Very inspiring well organised event and informative sessions
Angelika Fijalkowska, Future Processing

Very inspiring, thought provoking and has given me things to go back and share with colleagues
Sarah Burden, Devon Air Ambulance Trust

Kevin Brewer, Marine Conservation Society

Informative and inspiring
Grace Fisher, Historic Royal Palaces

This has been a really instructive event. I actually found out a few things that I hope will help me in progressing some of the projects I am working on
Herve Sumu, CABA (Chartered Accountants’ Benevolent Association)

Lots of food for thought!
Alice Marcolin, English UK

Good event. Lots to do
Paul Harrison, Unseen UK

Great speakers, lots of options for the breakout sessions
Matthew Lynch, Royal British Legion

Good use of my time
Andrew Hatton, Greenpeace UK

Good choice of speakers and topics
David Loxton, Spinal Injuries Association

Excellent overview of the pressing issues regarding technology at the moment
Nigel Oanea-Cram, Emmaus South Wales

Inspirational speakers, particularly the keynote speakers. Really helpful and informative. Thank you
Gillian Clyde-Smith, Turn2Us

An opportunity to gain knowledge and contacts in technology themes affecting charities and to gain insight into the experiences of other charitable organisations
Lucy Garrett, RSPB

Everything I could have hoped for and more
Louise Easterbrook, Solchar

Great to hear about so many innovative projects
Alison Mohammed, Shelter

Useful insight into what’s happening in the sector
Richard Collings, Information Systems Consultants

Grand event covering a large breadth of topics relevant to charities
Jeev Sahoo, Three Cs Support

Very good networking and gain knowledge of different charities
Mariah George, ASSIST Trauma Care

Great, a useful event for the sector to share learnings and opportunities
Kate Milenkovic, Plan International UK

Very useful
Ian Teague, Woodland Trust


With thanks to our conference sponsors

Headline sponsor

KCOM designs and delivers communications and integration services that connect customers to the things that matter.

We understand how crucial technology can be to what you do; whether that’s online fundraising, multi-site communications or securing the confidential data you hold.

Our customers include the RNLI, RSPB and Terrence Higgins Trust, who look to us for a single-managed-service experience, trusted solutions and ongoing support for their changing technology needs.

We pride ourselves on providing an experience that’s exceptional from start to finish. We’ll work with you, advise on and deliver the best technology available, so you can get on with what you do best.

Associate sponsors

m-hance are a leading Microsoft Gold Partner and a leading supplier of Microsoft Dynamics 365 to the Not-for-Profit sector. We’ve worked with over 80 Not-for-Profit organisations including Oxfam Ireland, Amnesty International, Concern Worldwide, Solent Mind and Irish Cancer Society. Helping these charities optimise fundraising campaigns, manage their volunteers, reclaim Gift Aid and VAT and reduce costs through the Microsoft Dynamics solutions that we offer.

What’s more, because we’ve worked in this space for almost 20 years, we understand the unique obstacles and challenges that charities face, but more importantly, we also know how to help overcome them. 

At ojo solutions, we believe technology offers incredible opportunities to transform lives. So whether your passion is to help people, animals, plants or the planet, we can empower you to do even more inspiring, life-changing things.

We’ll help you take the next steps on your technology journey – anything from understanding how to do more with your existing tech to crafting and delivering your complete digital transformation.

We’ve spent years enabling charities to do more with technology, so know this unique sector inside out. What’s more, we provide the business, design, user experience and development expertise you need in one place.



With thanks to our exhibitors












Great ways to save!

  1. Small charities: Charities with an annual income of less than £250,000 can save up to £100.00 off the ticket price
  2. Be an early bird! Book your place by 28 September to save £50.00 off the ticket price.
  3. Attend with your team! Ensure your whole team benefits from a great day's learning. With the Charity Team Ticket you can send up to four people for less than £150 each, saving your charity 40% on the booking fee. 
Ticket type Early bird
(booking made by 28 September)
Booking after 28
Small charity
(income <250k)
£199 £199
Charity delegate £259 £309
Charity Team Ticket (up to four places) £639 £769
Non-charity delegate £699 £749


200 Aldersgate

St. Paul’s

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Terms & Conditions

Please note that speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing, however, circumstances beyond the control of the organisers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such Civil Society Media Ltd reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary. Any substitutions or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible.

Substitution and cancellation policy: On receipt of your booking form, your place is confirmed. Delegate substitutions are allowed. Refunds on cancellations will only be issued (less a 15% administration charge) up to and including 14 days prior to the event. Refunds will not be issued after this date. Confirmation of cancellations MUST be in writing and sent or faxed to Civil Society Media at 15 Prescott Place, London, SW4 6BS 020 7819 1200 (fax: 020 7819 1210).


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