While the whole nation managed to convert their televisions to fit into the modern age back then, it seems that charities are struggling to adapt to the concept of ‘digital ‘and how it can enhance their activities.
In the recent Charity Digital Skills Report, it emerged that half of charities do not have a digital strategy and cited a lack of funding and a lack of skills as the biggest barriers.
With so much potential for charities in areas such as raising awareness, fundraising and local engagement, now is the perfect time to review (or introduce) your strategy.
CVAs Five Ways to Digital Wellbeing
1. Consider recruiting volunteers to maintain your online presence
2. Recruit digital trustees to ensure your policies and practices are up to date
3. Add a ‘donate now’ action button to your Facebook page
4. Think quality not quantity when looking to widen your social media options
5. Make sure your website is user friendly and up-to-date (maybe our SkillShare initiative can help?)