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The role of technology for not-for-profits, in the context of COVID 19
impact2020 webinar was originally held on 11 Nov 2020
Technology use across the not-for-profit sector is crucial in delivering services and supporting our communities, yet its role is often overlooked.
In this impact2020 webinar, in partnership with the Centre for Social Impact and Infoxchange, the results of the 2020 Digital Technology in the Not-for-Profit Sector report - the most comprehensive look at NFP technology use across Australia and New Zealand - are presented by Infoxchange CEO, David Spriggs.
Now in its fifth year, Infoxchange’s report provides a benchmark for all NFPs across Australia and New Zealand to ensure they are using technology in the best way possible to achieve their mission, and an overview of where the areas of growth and improvement in the sector are.
This year’s report also provides an important insight into how NFPs are using technology in light of COVID-19.
Hear from our speakers as they discuss how not-for-profits have responded to the pandemic and the role that technology can play in ensuring we keep supporting our communities and have the biggest impact possible.
David Sprigg, CEO of Infoxchange
Dr Catherine Brown OAM, CEO of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation
Mark Rayner, General Manager of Wombat Housing Support Services
Infoxchange, Connecting Up and TechSoup New Zealand are proud to present the "Digital Technology in the Not-for-Profit Sector" report for 2020.
The report aims to better understand how not-for-profit organisations across Australia and New Zealand are using technology in order to recognise areas of growth and where improvement is needed.
Now in its fifth year, this report provides a benchmark for all not-for-profit organisations across the region to ensure they are using technology the best way possible to achieve their mission.
This year's edition also provides valuable insights into how the sector has handled the technology challenges of COVID-19.
These are unprecedented times and the upheaval to our society will require an extraordinary response from our leaders, our thinkers and our do-ers. impact2020 - presented by the Centre for Social Impact - offered free daily webinars with our educators, researchers and thought leaders in daily webinars over six weeks during April, May and June 2020. We covered the breadth and complexity of social impact and we brought our diverse Australian for-purpose sector together. You can watch the 35 webinar recordings in our impact2020 YouTube channel