Watch the latest Charity Digital Top 3 Video.
Charities are working hard to tackle a number of urgent challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Support is being moved online, as many staff work from home and the voluntary sector tackles a dramatic fall in income.
But the charity sector is also looking to the future, to ensure it is sustainable and beneficiaries can be supported for many years to come.
This look at sustainability is among the topics covered in our latest Charity Digital Top 3 episode by Charity Digital Chief Executive Jonathan Chevallier.
In particular, the long-term future of online fundraising platforms is among the sustainable issues he considers.
Charity Digital’s role in the long-term future of the sector is also discussed, especially how a wide variety of content is being used to help charities improve their digital capabilities.
There is also news about a forthcoming webinar to support charities’ online fundraising efforts.
As with all videos in this series, a vital working from home tip is revealed. This will be particularly helpful for charities as they consider their sustainability.
You can watch the episode below or head over to our Youtube channel. Remember to hit the subscribe button to keep up to date with our latest video content.
Here is a selection of useful digital resources, which are worth investigating after watching Jonathan’s video:
The best online fundraising platforms for charities – We list the best free and cheap online platforms to help charities raise money.
How to use digital to attract regular donors – Advice on developing long-term relationships with supporters.
Covid 19: As things start to settle, how do you work towards the long term? – Charity Digital’s latest podcast looks at how charities can be sustainable.
How SafeLives uses tech to tackle domestic abuse during COVID-19 – Tools such as Zoom and WhatsApp are helping move face-to-face support to online.
Free webinar: Adopting digital experiences to boost your virtual fundraising – Sign up to Charity Digital’s free webinar that takes place on Thursday 21st May.