The Charity Digital Code of Practice aims to help charities increase impact, develop skills and improve sustainability, based around 7 principles. Its steering group are looking for input on the draft Code, and have launched an online consultation.
Research from the UK Business Digital Index 2017, conducted by Lloyds Bank, shows digitally-capable charities are twice as likely to save time, and 10 times as likely to save money.
A summary of the feedback received will be published by the steering group, and the draft Code updated based on those themes. The steering group plans to launch the final version of the Code by the end of 2018.
The deadline for responses is Tuesday 25th September.
To submit your response, or for further information, please visit the Doit.life website.