Everyone who works for a charity, from trustees to volunteers, staff and partner organisations, all play a fundamental role in helping charities progress with digital.
Confidence, motivation and attitude are huge factors for digital success. Technical skills and soft skills, such as questioning, persuading and influencing, are equally important.
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Best practice for charities
Charities should aim for digital skills to be represented at all levels of the organisation. You can use these best practice guidelines as a checklist to measure how your charity is progressing in this area.
We have outlined the best practice based on the size of your charity. We define small charities as those with an annual income of £1 million or under, and larger charities as those which generate over £1 million of income a year.
Find out how NSPCC is using the Code to increase their impact, work with their senior teams and take practical steps towards digital success.