How to upskill your charity digitally in 2022 – Third Sector

Posted on: March 22, 2022

Thursday 24th March @ 11am

Is your charity where it needs to be to meet its fundraising and service delivery targets this year – or is there still room for improvement? As we reported last year, the latest Status of UK Fundraising report showed that the most digitally advanced charities are also the most successful at retaining supporters, reaching new audiences and generating fundraising income. Yet only around one in ten charities considered themselves true digital experts, while the rest are lagging behind.

If your organisation is among the 88% of UK charities that don’t feel fully up-to-date with digital yet, you’ve come to the right place. In this webinar discussion in partnership with Blackbaud, Emily Burt will be chatting to some of the sector’s leading experts to find out how successful charities are using digital and data to get ahead.

Our expert panel will be sharing practical tips from a brand new digital skills toolkit for charities, as well as taking your questions on all things digital and data-related. Join us as we discuss:

  • Creating a digital strategy that works for your charity
  • Making the business case for digital development
  • Using data to improve fundraising – and what that actually looks like
  • Next steps for going from technophobe to tech-savvy as an organisation

Register here. 

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