Ways of giving digitally are constantly evolving. For example, since March 2013 we have seen the launch of The National Funding Scheme's ‘DONATE’, designed to help for charities in the arts and heritage sector fundraise using digital technology and the Art Fund’s crowdfunding platform ‘Art Happens’ aiming to bring together potential donors with UK museums.
There have also been developments in technology reported in the charitable sector news such as; Wooshping's wristbands currently being tested by several charities and the launching of mobile software such as SnapDonate which enables users to scan a charities logo with their smartphone and make a donation.
With a rise in text giving reported in Give as you lives’ Donor Survey 2013, more crowdfunding platforms coming into the market there are an ever increasing number of options, one thing is for sure, digital giving is here to stay.
But is it right for you and your potential donors?
With so many potential opportunities to explore how do you know which initiative is the best one to choose when time and resource is limited?
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