Our team is driven by the belief that digital will help shape the nonprofit sector of the future, and we work with leaders to help them be ready for this. What gets us out of bed in the morning is making sure that non-profit leaders are confident, skilled up and have the right mindset for digital change.
The charity and social enterprise sector does amazing work helping people on the margins of society, but it is not fully recognised for how it changes lives, or its influence and expertise. I want charities to be recognised for what they do and digital is the key to this: how else can they reach more people, generate income and influence the political agenda at a time of budget cuts and political uncertainty, unless they put digital at the heart of their strategies?
Alongside our work with clients, we spend a huge amount of time doing pro bono work. Last year we invested more than 10% of our time in pro bono work. This encompassed everything from, from initiatives to get the voluntary sector behind digital, to one off, informal advisory sessions with charity leaders, to our work in non-exec roles as a digital expert.
Our team and have worked with some amazing organisations including ActionAid, The Royal College of Nursing, Crimestoppers, Charities Aid Foundation, and the School for Social Entrepreneurs on digital and social media strategies. The depth of our expertise and experience in all aspects of using digital strategically means that we can help you maximise your impact and achieve great results.