Ten non-profits that have successfully implemented technology not just as a channel for interacting with the public, but as part of wider digital transformation initiatives that will change the way they deliver their valuable services.
Lloyds report reveals how much time and money is lost via online aversion. We speak to the Exeter Leukaemia Fund about how to drive change within charities.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation invests millions of dollars into funding Parkinson’s research and key to that is having an efficient platform to operate upon.
App connects skilled individuals with long-term illness with businesses that have short-term needs. Salesforce is helping build the app from the ground up.
UNICEF helps young refugees to learn programming skills that they can carry with them as they rebuild their lives.
The goal of accelerating breakthrough findings can only be achieved through Big Data, says BRCA Foundation and NetSuite founder Evan Goldberg.
UK charity Smart Works, which helps get unemployed women back into work, looks to CRM to provide a sustainable platform for continued expansion across the country.
Tríona Byrne, Director of Executive Marketing, Salesforce.org, talks to Trócaire, overseas development agency for the Catholic Church, on digital donor engagement.
NGO Opportunity International is using Big Data from work in Uganda to undertake risk profiling and encourage mainstream commercial banks to support community schools.
A San Francisco startup called Zipline is delivering life-saving medical supplies to remote villages every day in Rwanda and Tanzania.
Start-up Parcelly explains how environmental goals have been embedded into its ‘click-and-collect’ parcel delivery-based business model from the outset.
In the first of a short series exploring how different types of technology are used for social good, Cath Everett talks to start-up what3words about its award winning international relief tech.