We work with charities, funders, and agencies to help them make the most of technology.
Over £1.3 million awarded to 20 charities to transform their digital services through Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn Foundation
How SafeLives and On Our Radar worked with young people to design and develop the Draw the Line mobile platform
Nel Mathams has been working with Aanchal Women’s Aid and shares how technology has enabled the organisation to stay connected with service users.
We hear from Eilidh Turnbull of the British Institute for Human Rights about how to keep the human connection when working online.
We hear from Equation, a small charity which took part in CAST's Explore programme, about the benefits of collaboration
We welcome five new trustees to the CAST board
Part Two of our two-part series exploring the benefits of agile funding models for charities doing digital
Part One of a two-part series exploring the benefits of agile funding for charities doing digital
We hear from stem4, the teenage mental health charity, about their experiences of the Tech for Good programmme
We talk to Hestia about their experience of using the Tech for Good programme to develop a tool to help employers tackle domestic violence
"Challenging but insightful": 22 charities' experiences of going through a digital 'Discovery' process and learning new ways to listen to their users.
Part of our Tech for Good: stories and learnings from charities series
We helped Esmée Fairbairn develop a tool to help them filter out ineligible funding applications.
We supported 10 charities funded by Comic Relief to develop digital services to tackle issues around domestic violence and abuse, whilst minimising the associated risks.
Continuing our 'Tech for Good: stories and learnings from charities' series
The first in our 'Tech for Good: stories and learnings from charities' series