Future Thinking for Technology in the Charity Sector

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You are cordially invited to attend a round table, action oriented, discussion on future thinking for technology in the charity sector.

EVENT DETAILS

Glisser Ltd
6 Maidstone Mews, 72-76 Borough High St
London
SE1 1GD
22/02/18
09:30-12:00

Outline Agenda

  1. Session 1: Technology to increase giving - featuring Glisser and Goodbox
  2. Session 2: Technology to change lives, how can technology tackle Loneliness and we will be joined by the Chief Executive of Independent Age, Janet Morrison.

Laura Dawson, CITL Trustee, comments on this event

"Society is changing, whilst we are getting more technically savvy there are still areas of society that experiencing real challenges for example loneliness, debt and political isolation. How can we in our current roles drive the discussion on how technology can help slay some of the modern day ‘giant evils’[1] in society?    This is an opportunity for us to lift up from the operational grind of the day to day and really deep dive on what charities could be doing to help some fairly big problems.  This meeting is a pilot, in this case, focusing on the issue of loneliness and it is my hope we will look to tackle a number of key areas our society faces from loss of internationalism to how education should be changing."

The event will be hosted by Glisser.com on the 22nd February from 9.30 to 12.00.  Please note places are limited to 10 for this event and must be pre-booked by clicking here to register.

[1] 1942 The Beveridge Report – 5 Giant Evils