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Digital Conference

Charity Digital Conference

25 – 27 November

Covering all things digital this year’s hotly anticipated event on the charity communicators calendar will be bigger and better than ever having been reworked into a three-day online extravaganza. There’ll be a day focused on digital leadership and strategy, a day of marketing and comms and a day of digital fundraising all for the price of one ticket.

News, thinking, interviews and case studies

All the latest from around our membership.

Five podcasting tips from a couple of novices

Five podcasting tips from a couple of novices

Here are our five of our tips, based on what we’ve learnt so far along the way, which we hope will help any of you out there keen to give podcasting a go for yourselves...
Using supporter centric solutions to improve the donor experience

Using supporter centric solutions to improve the donor experience

While things are changing in a post COVID landscape, it's the perfect time to write a plan for what your charity can do differently and ask yourself - How can you engage with your supporters and deliver the best experience possible?...
Embracing the benefits of dyslexia and neurodiversity as comms professionals

Embracing the benefits of dyslexia and neurodiversity as comms professionals

Being open about our neurological diversity is essential and, as communicators, should be something that we value as it can help us understand how to communicate with others too...

Events

Heads of Digital: Navigating the changing landscape of digital fundraising

Heads of Digital: Navigating the changing landscape of digital fundraising

10 November 2020

It’s like a whole new frontier in digital. The pandemic has pushed the importance of digital to the forefront of most charities’ agendas. Digital teams have flexed to support the needs of the entire organisation – everything from fundraising, training, internal comms support and service delivery. In this session, we’ll be looking at how the […]

PR Network: The new media landscape – how to navigate this new frontier?

PR Network: The new media landscape – how to navigate this new frontier?

12 November 2020

Getting cut through with the public and in the press on non-Covid related issues is tough, even when the story is relevant. In this session, we’ll hear how charities are navigating this new media landscape – what’s working well, what hasn’t worked so well, and where do the opportunities lie ahead? We’ll also have some much-needed time for peer-to-peer networking too.

The charity digital conference

The charity digital conference

25 November 2020

Our annual, sell-out digital conference is moving online! Set over three days, there will be a mix of inspiring talks, breakout discussions, panel sessions and the opportunity to connect with expert suppliers and peers. We will explore the latest trends and innovations to help your charity thrive in the ever-evolving digital environment. There will be distinct […]

Resources to help navigate the Facebook boycott

A selection of articles and reading about the Facebook boycott from across the sector and beyond.

Membership

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Listen to the podcast

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Latest jobs

Charity vacancies in communications from around the sector.

Senior legacy marketing executive (recruitment)

Senior legacy marketing executive (recruitment)

RSPCA is looking for a passionate senior legacy marketing executive to join its legacy team.
Deadline: 30 October 2020

Full-time, Horsham, £30,000

Communications and engagement officer

Communications and engagement officer

Great role for a talented communications professional with a highly-regarded national charity. Full-time, permanent, flexible working considered.
Deadline: 30 October 2020

Full-time, Letchworth, £23,000

Trustee

Trustee

Blood Cancer UK is looking for four exceptional people to join as trustees who can help ensure a high performing and diverse Board.
Deadline: 31 October 2020

Volunteer, London, N/A

Digital benchmark

Join the growing group of 70+ UK charities who are already pooling their digital data in order to compare and evaluate their online performance. Get involved to find out how your charity compares.