COVID-19: Digital service delivery for charities

Posted on: April 23, 2020

Third Sector Lab and SCVO Digital are working together to build a playbook for charities needing to quickly build out digital services.

A survey has been produced to find out the top priorities and issues being faced in regards to digital support during the COVID-19 crisis. To provide your feedback, please click here.

Third Sector Lab and SCVO Digital are also offering weekly Zoom calls for non-profits, community groups, social enterprises and other voluntary organisations. These calls are focused on helping the third sector think about how they can deliver information, support, and services using digital tools.

For more information on all of this, please click here.

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