Charities’ strategies should be ambitious about how they can use digital to achieve their vision and mission.
By understanding their stakeholders’ digital needs and how to meet them in a way that is aligned to the charity’s goals, they will be able to improve their organisation’s relevance and sustainability.
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Best practice for charities
Charities need a clear vision, purpose and clarity for how they use digital. You can use these best practice guidelines as a checklist to measure how your organisation is progressing strategically.
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.
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