In our upcoming webinar, we’ll be discussing the many benefits that embracing accessibility technology can have for your charity.
In recent years, the conversation around accessibility in the charity sector has gained much-deserved traction and attention - fast becoming one of the most spoken about topics in the sector. However, greater action is still needed from charities to tap into this highly talented section of the workforce and improve service delivery.
Understanding the benefits that come from embracing accessibility can do wonders for your charity’s success. There is no better way to start than by getting to grips with the tools and technology that will help make your charity more accessible.
In the UK alone, there are nearly 14 million people living with disabilities, many of which are donors, beneficiaries, highly-talented employees - or all of the above.
Yet almost half of charities are still missing out on reaching people with disabilities, as well as overlooking these candidates in the recruitment process, due to under-use of the necessary accessibility tools and technology that can make your charity the best it can be.
In our upcoming webinar on 23th April, we’ll be welcoming guests Elena Córdova Russ (Customer Success Manager Financial Services) and Cassandra Marrero (Teams Product Marketing Manager) from Microsoft Teams who will be talking us through these essential accessibility tools and the overall benefit they can have for your charity- from service delivery to recruitment and more. We’ll be sharing:
How you can use these accessibility tools in your charity
What tools are out there and how can your charity use them in a way that is advantageous to all parties?
Why implementing this technology is essential
Earn about how and why accessibility technology is essential to the growth and development of the charity sector.
The importance of an accessibility strategy
Your charity may have a content, data or digital strategy (to name a few), but do you have an accessibility strategy yet? Find out more about why an accessibility strategy is crucial to achieving your organisation’s goals.