Review programme launched to help charity sector embrace digital technology

A review programme has been launched by think tank NPC to assess how to improve access to digital technology in a charity sector “lagging way behind” in its approach.

The Digital Transformation programme will bring together charities with some of the biggest names in technology.

The committee set up to run the programme includes Mark Wakefield, corporate citizenship and corporate affairs manager at IBM; Megan Griffith Gray, head of digital and communications at NCVO; Lord Jim Knight, managing director at TES Global, chair of the Tinder Foundation and director of Apps for Good; and Rachel Neaman, chief executive of Go ON UK, a charity dedicated to enhancing the UK’s digital skills.

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