In a rapidly evolving online world, more and more businesses are realising the opportunities that engaging online can offer. And the same applies to non-profits and community organisations. Being online can help increase your campaign awareness, expand supporter bases, improve productivity and reduce operating costs.
But often it is the non-profits and community organisations that face some of the greatest barriers to getting online. Budgets are tight, people power can be limited and access to suitable skills can be difficult. But that does not mean it cannot be done. Getting online can be a relatively simple and affordable process. It all comes down to having a good plan.
Natalie Viselli (Assistant Director, Digital Economy Policy at the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy) will provide you with some information and tips about what non-profits can be doing online and how it can be done.