Watch the latest Charity Digital Top 3 Video
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen many in person fundraising events postponed or cancelled altogether.
This has prompted charities to become increasingly innovative in their use of digital as they look to attract donations.
In our latest Charity Digital Top 3 episode, Charity Digital Chief Executive Jonathan Chevallier showcases the online charity fundraising activity that has particularly impressed him this week.
He also looks at how charity sector awards schemes can excel online.
The range of latest online charity sector resources is also looked at and Jonathan also reveals another top tip for home working.
In addition, there is news of how Charity Digital is making it easier for charities to access the best content on meeting the tough challenges to emerge from the current pandemic.
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:
Additional #GivingTuesdayNow day to take place – Details of May’s extra day of global fundraising.
The #TwoPointSixChallenge raises more than £6m for charity so far - Online fundraiser looking to replace charity revenue lost through the postponed London Marathon.
Charity Film Awards Gala pivots to a virtual event with 10,000 viewers – A great example of how to rapidly turn a large scale in person event into an online spectacle.
Covid-19 Resource Hub – Charity Digital has collected the latest advice on remote working, virtual fundraising and more in one place.
Free online guide to virtual fundraising for charities – Blackbaud Europe e-book launches to help charities navigate the switch to virtual fundraising.
The Influence Room – How charities are being given the chance to meet influencers and brands.
SpareHand – Recruitment specialists develop an online platform to match volunteers with charities to help Covid-19 affected communities.