Charity Digital

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CEO Jonathan Chevallier introduces you to Charity Digital

Charity Digital - helping charities do more with digital.

Charity Digital (registered as Charity Digital Trust – charity number 1133179) was established in 2001 to help other charities accelerate their missions using digital technology.   Before its rebrand in July 2019, the organisation was called Tech Trust.

We partner with leading technology providers to deliver the UK’s only software donation platform, Charity Digital Exchange.  Our services improve digital awareness and access, connect charities to the digital expertise and talent they need, and raise the bar for digital skills and understanding for non-profit organisations of all kinds

To date, we’ve helped over 400,000 charity professionals learn about digital transformation through our media platform Charity Digital News, and a enabled a further 36,000 charities save almost £250 million on technology investments.  Since 2002, our payment processing and fundraising services have provided income of over £300M for our charity customers, and an average of six million emails per month are sent through our bespoke charity email service.

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Some Charity Stats

  • • Saved the charity sector more than £250 million on software procurement

  • Supported more than 36,000 charities across the UK

  • Has more than 30,000 subscribers to Charity Digital News

  • Sends over 6 million emails each year on behalf of charity clients

  • Has provided charities with over £300M in income through its payment and fundraising solutions

Impact Stories

  • Facial Palsy UK

    Facial Palsy UK is a small charity supporting people affected by facial paralysis and their close friends and family. They needed a platform to sell items to raise funds to support their work, but didn’t have the budget. Thankfully, we were able to connect them to a Shopify donation, which has saved them money and helped them raise more.

  • Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society

    The Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society promotes the study of family history across three counties in Southwest Scotland. They’re run exclusively by volunteers and due to the nature of modern research, much of their work is computer-based. When their systems became outdated, they couldn’t afford to upgrade through commercial routes, but were able to completely upgrade their systems through Charity Digital Exchange donations.


    The Hull and East Riding branch of the RSPCA is affiliated to the national society, but is an autonomous charity, and is responsible for its own management and fundraising. They were using Windows XP after it ceased to be supported and couldn’t fundraise for office equipment, but were able to completely overhaul their internal IT systems thanks to donations arranged through the Charity Digital Exchange programme.

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