Sign up for a series of 'What next' webinars to work out your next steps with digital during Covid-19 and beyond.
Since the Coronavirus crisis began, digital has been top of mind for many of us, from changing to remote working, growing digital fundraising or online service delivery. Whether your charity is still adapting to digital or you’ve found a new online normal, you may be asking yourself, ‘Where do we go from here?’
Our ‘What next?’ webinar series, facilitated by Zoe Amar, chair of The Charity Digital Code of Practice and Tori Ellaway, Head of Digital Practice at CAST are designed to help you answer this question.
Dates and topics
- Thursday 8th October 2020 12:30-14:00 - How to review your COVID-19 digital progress
- Thursday 29th October 2020 12:30-14:00 - How to get buy-in from senior stakeholders for digital
- Thursday 5th November 2020 - How to create your COVID-19 digital roadmap
- Thursday 19th November 2020 - Back to the future: how charities can plan for a post pandemic world
Whilst the pandemic is an enormous challenge, digital still offers many opportunities for charities. We will look at how charities can decide what to do- and what not to do- with digital, and how to review, plan and prioritise digital activities during the crisis. Our aim is to help put your charity in a stronger position for whatever lies ahead.
Come and join us for our interactive sessions, featuring plenty of exercises, discussion and resources to get you thinking about how to take your charity’s use of digital during the crisis to the next stage.
You can attend one, or all, of the webinars- it’s completely up to you. To get the full benefit of the series we would recommend booking on to all, but it’s not essential. Whether you’re still working out what to do about digital or advanced there will be plenty of tips and takeaways, along with learning from other charities.
Our webinars are run in partnership with Catalyst, a charitable initiative which aims to increase the sector’s capability around digital. Catalyst is funded by DCMS, The National Lottery Community Fund, Esmee Fairbairn, Comic Relief, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, City Bridge Trust and Coop Foundation.