Over recent months, the demand on charities and the vital work that they do has been immense. For many organisations, this has put increased pressure on their leadership teams, boards and staff members.
Charities have been hit hard by coronavirus – more people requiring their invaluable services and a smaller number of available resources have made it difficult for non-profit organisations of all sizes to operate. We’ve had to adapt.
In the wake of COVID-19, demands on both public and private funds are higher than ever. Charities will be under increased scrutiny, with those that can provide clear and accurate impact reporting in the best position to secure funding.
According to the findings of the 2020 Charity Digital Skills Report, over half of non-profit organisations still don’t have a digital strategy in place. This statistic barely changes from the previous year.
Every day, charities are providing their vital services to beneficiaries. Providing this excellent service delivery is just one of the many things that charities have in common- so why not share each other’s processes?
While COVID has been troubling and difficult for a lot of orgaisations, a shining light has been that so many have had their hand forced when it comes to adopting digital change, and many charities are not only surviving but thriving.
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Beyond the reputation: How charities are using gaming for good
The world of gaming sometimes gets a bad reputation. However, time and time again gaming is proving itself otherwise and has become a highly lucrative fundraising market for charities. Gaming makes up a huge part of the entertainment industry and in recent years gaming for good has been picking up speed thanks to platforms such as Twitch and Tiltify. Charities all over have been successfully using gaming to spread their message, raise awareness and solicit donations.