How digital priorities have changed for charities since Covid-19
Digital has never been more important for charities than in 2020, as Covid-19 has forced charities to embrace remote working and deliver online services. The path to digital transformation has been slow in the third sector, however, meaning that the recent shift to digital hasn’t been easy.
Scope’s digital team on how brands can improve their online accessibility
Ceri Balston, Head of Digital and Kristina Barrick, Head of Digital Influencing at Scope, a prominent disability equality charity based in the UK, spoke on day two of the Festival of Marketing 2019. They shared some practical tips outlining how brands can transform their online accessibility.
Articles on charities and non-profit
For charities and non-profits, the Covid-19 crisis has been an extremely challenging time – but also one of opportunity. Econsultancy spoke to Lizi Zipser, Director of Strategy & Insights at Blue State, about how the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation in the third sector, and what that means for charitable organisations.
Digital has never been more important for charities than in 2020, as Covid-19 has forced charities to embrace remote working and deliver online services.
While every sector is facing unique challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, from steep drop-offs in revenue (travel, entertainment) to sharp increases in demand (grocery retail, finance) no sector is experiencing quite the same level of increased demand paired with a drastic lack of funding as the non-profit sector.
The organization that runs the .org domain name registry, Public Internet Registry (PIR), is selling itself, sparking concern among the non-profit community.
Movember’s Global Marketing Director, Paul Mitcheson, spoke on day one of the Festival of Marketing 2019 last month and shared the steps the organisation took to become a global movement for men’s health, and how he thinks Movember will have a lasting impact in the future.
October may be the season of cozy jumpers, scary movies and pumpkin-spiced everything, but most importantly it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A staggering 98% of homepages from one million popular websites failed to meet legal accessibility standards, research by WebAIM concluded in February this year.
According to the charity, Mind, one in four people in the UK will be affected by a mental health problem this year, and one in six people in England will experience a common mental health problem in any given week.
Not-for-profit organisations and charities are not always known for their outstanding UX, or indeed great design, when it comes to their websites.
According to a recent study by Tech Trust, 59% of UK charities still do not have a digital strategy in place, with the majority lacking investment in the tools and training needed to implement it.
Statistics on charities and non-profits – explore the ISD
The Internet Statistics Database contains thousands of charts and statistics related to charities and non-profits. Browse, save and export charts as you go.