The UK’s first digital code of practice for charities has launched to provide practical advice on improving their digital capabilities.

The Charity Digital Code of Practice has been funded by Lloyds Banking Group and the Co-op Foundation and has been developed by a sector-wide group, led by independent digital expert, Zoe Amar.

The code has also been shaped through a consultation that included a survey of 171 charity representatives. This found that 60% want to increase their digital skills and just under half (49%) are already building their digital capability but want to take this work further.

So how will the effect your charity?

Put simply if you are seeking funding in the future chances are you will be asked it you confirm to the Digital Code.

The good news is that you can by attending our online and workshop course.