CTT has published the results of our survey measuring the impact of the CTXchange software donation programme. Together with Microsoft, CTT conducted the self-selecting survey of its CTXchange subscribers. The results demonstrated that technology has helped charities of all sizes by improving their organisational performance and service delivery. Nearly 80% of respondents stated that the software donations they received positively impacted their ability to deliver services to their bene..
Google, in partnership with Media Trust and Charity Technology Trust, today launched a new campaign to help 30,000 of Britain’s smallest charities boost their fundraising through online tools and the Internet.
The ‘Grow Your Charity Online’ initiative will provide free training and tools for charities across the country. It comprises an online learning hub, specialised training, workshops and live events that aim to bridge the e-skills gap.
According to a new surve..
Charity Technology Trust (CTT) has announced that the latest version of Microsoft Office is now available through CTT’s technology donation programme, CTXchange. Eligible charities and not-for-profit organisations that are registered to the programme can now obtain the new Office Standard and Professional editions at a discounted rate*.
Charities with remote workers or staff that travel frequently can benefit from Office’s integration with the cloud. Its direct link to online ..
CTT teamed up with fellow technology charities Lasa, IT4Communities, and the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, as well as third sector advisors, Adapta Consulting, for the first time, to conduct research into the effectiveness of charities’ IT programmes.
The results, released today, show that cost is still a barrier for charities in adopting IT. Notably the research showed that 67% of organisations surveyed employed no IT staff.
This is the first time that the fi..
Charity Technology Trust (CTT) and Third Sector IT have launched a new project in conjunction with the Salesforce Foundation that will help charities and other not-for-profit organisations to understand and access CRM (customer relationship management) cloud-based technology free of charge.
Charities will benefit from free advice and monthly Seminars on CRM technology, in particular Salesforce, thanks to a grant from the Salesforce Foundation, the charitable arm of Salesforce.com. The mon..