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The IoF Technology Special Interest Group is for anyone working in or with charities who has an interest in fundraising and technology.

For us, technology includes (but is not limited to) websites, databases, CRM software, emails, social media and even the humble spreadsheet. This often means we discuss topics such as Gift Aid, data protection, list swapping, data hygiene, social media trends, web development, accessibility and user experience.

There's no entry exam – you don’t have to prove your l33t coding skills or execute database queries while blindfolded. All you need is an interest in how technology is used in the not-for-profit sector.

Our members are typically fundraisers, administrators, webmasters, web editors, database people and IT support staff at charities, as well as a few consultants and commercial suppliers. 

Follow this site for more information on the group's activities, to view presentations from recent events and to see how you can get involved in our upcoming schedule of events for 2018.

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  The Annual Conference of the IoF Technology Group will be on 8th June 2018!

We are keen to shape conference 2018 around the topics that you want to discuss. We are calling for speakers and have 45 minute slots available for you to present or workshop your learning to help the sector. There are no streams or restrictions; if you want to share, we want to hear from you. The form here will guide you through or see our news page for further details.

Apply now to be a part of this unique technology focused conference. Applications close on 23rd February, if you have any questions or would like to submit an entry do get in touch




Did you miss our AGM in November?

The fascinating presentation from Wood for Trees on Data Visualisation is available at the link or in the library. 



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