Instagram Donations

Instagram has launched a donation feature with users now able to add a donation sticker to stories they create with the app.  The photo-sharing social media platform, owned by Facebook, announced plans to add a donation feature earlier this year, promising that 100% of money raised would go directly to charities.  Eligible charities will be able to create an Instagram story and add the donation sticker to start a 24-hour fundraiser. 

 

A is for Advertising - How to Manage Google Analytics, Adwords and Facebook Advertising

Tuesday 9th July 2019 10.00am – 1.00pm

Waterloo Action Centre, 14 Baylis Road, SE1 7AA London

Google and Facebook advertising is a powerful tool for charities and voluntary organisations, from raising awareness of your campaigns to driving donations, acquiring new supporters and engaging with supporters directly on Facebook.

Digital Leadership 101 programme

In February and March 2019, Superhighways offered a new practical digital leadership programme of training and advice for leaders of charities and community organisations across London.

With digital no longer an add-on or optional to the way charities and community organisations are run, board members and CEOs face some tough decisions. Resources are tight and it’s hard to know what to prioritise. It’s also hard to make sound strategic choices when digital isn’t your day job.

Digital Skills and Economic Inclusion in East London

Good Things Foundation and J.P. Morgan would like to invite you to an exciting event.

The event takes place on the afternoon of Tuesday 2nd of July at Toynbee Hall, E1 6LS.

It will be a chance to learn about some insightful new research that may shape the way digital support is delivered in your area.  

The research, conducted by Good Things Foundation, talks about how digital skills can reduce economic exclusion - both for those on low incomes or who are unemployed; also for local small businesses and sole traders.

Digital Code of Practice and the Seven Key Digital Principles for charities

The Charity Digital Code of Practice aims to help charities increase impact, develop skills and improve sustainability

Digital is fundamentally changing the way we all live and work. Across the world, more than 4 billion people now use the internet, with 3.2 billion on social media. Charities, like every other sector, need to tap into the potential offered by this. Digital skills will help charities increase their impact, efficiency and sustainability. Digital is essential for charities to be relevant and to fulfil their purpose in the digital age. 

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