Seminars explore how tech can help charities

In a series of seminars being held during October, charity sector experts will be exploring how technology can assist charities in improving their working practices, outcomes monitoring, reporting and efficiencies, enabling them to work smarter.

As well as exploring how technology is evolving with regards to the charity sector, each seminar will include engaging guest speakers and real life case studies.  Attendees will also have the opportunity to share inspiration, innovation and experience.

The seminars are being held by Gallery Partnership, a company that has specialised in professional IT support services and reliable software solutions for charities across the UK for over 15 years. The dates and locations for the next seminars are as follows:

On Tuesday 8th October at Shelter, 88 Old Street, London, EC1V 2PU, Gallery Partnership will be looking at how homeless and housing charities can use technology to increase efficiencies, build better engagement and ultimately raise more funds.

The second seminar on Wednesday 9th October at Shelter, 88 Old Street, London, EC1V 2PU, will be posing the question, ‘Are you a charity struggling to track activities and report outcomes accurately?’

The final seminar in October from Gallery Partnership, on Thursday 10th October at The Hub, 20 Dawes Road, Fulham, London, SW6 7EN, will be revealing how the not for profit sector can beat the budget squeeze via smarter working practices.

Mark Kemp, Director of Gallery Partnership, comments: “If you are a small to medium sized charity working with volunteers or in social services such as homelessness, drug abuse, refugee aid or rehabilitation, you face more and more demands on your budget, whilst at the same time also facing an increasing need for accurate tracking, reporting and case management. This seminar series is for you”.

Tickets cost just £15 per person, per seminar. To book your place and one of the above seminars please visit now!