Heads of Digital events

This networking group is exclusively for heads of digital working in UK charities and not-for-profits with a turnover of more than £2 million.

Who can attend?
Attending the Heads of Digital networking events is free and exclusive to CharityComms organisational members.

These events are for digital leads only as we will be discussing strategic issues.

About the events
The group meets three times a year to discuss strategic issues facing digital leads at large charities. Past discussion topics include digital literacy, content strategy, defining success, in-house vs agencies and the digital delivery of services.

The format of the evening is facilitator-led discussions, feeding into the group as a whole. There’s also plenty of time for networking.

Sponsored by

 

Heads of Digital steering group

  • Jacqui Darlow, head of digital marketing at Dogs Trust
  • Neil Gunn, senior digital strategist at Forum for the Future
  • Sarah Jordan, digital strategy and transformation
  • Lynn Roberts, head of digital communications, Action for Children
  • Joe Freeman, assistant director, digital engagement, Breast Cancer Now

If you’re interested in joining the steering group please email Harriet Smith to find out more.

Mailing list
To be added to the Heads of Digital mailing list please email Harriet Smith or call 020 7426 8877.

About Addition by WPN>Chameleon
Addition by WPN>Chameleon sponsors the CharityComms Heads of Digital group. A digital product studio with an emphasis on collaboration, at Addition we believe that by combining our skills, imagination, creativity, knowledge, rigour and commitment with yours, together we can make digital products that drive income, reach audiences, tell stories and change minds. They are products that make a difference.

If you’d like to talk to them about any of their services, please email hi@addition.london, call 020 7332 6360 or visit their website to find out more.


Oct
16
Heads of Digital

The digital age: digital leadership to pave the way for culture change

18.00 – 20.30   Tuesday 16 October 2018