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Charity Digital explores The Future of Remote Working for Charities

13-Oct-2020

Charity Digital recently released a report examining how the last few months of remote working have brought charity service delivery in line with people’s wider experience of digital services.

For many charities, community groups and similar organisations the pandemic has created great uncertainty; and a lot of upheaval, with the changes a charity is facing having an impact on the running of their activities, as well as having an impact on employees in different ways.

For many groups, the fundraising events that have been planned to support a charity or community group may well have been cancelled or postponed, and many of its staff might now be working from home.

But working from home, if done right, can have advantages to the services or products being delivered by the non-profit, and in turn can benefit service users and charity workers; through the use of digital to transform the way charities work, it can potentially help them to increase productivity, widen its impact and, in some cases, save time and money.

Charity Digital looks to explore this. They have recently released an article examining how the last few months of remote working have brought charity service delivery in line with people’s wider experience of digital services - and how the pandemic will shape the future of charity service delivery.

To read the article, visit the Charity Digital website.

 


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