Do you want the best web developers in the UK to put their heads together to solve your charity’s bugbears? Now’s your chance.
We’ll make a shortlist of up to 10 ideas, and hand them over to the developers at the November’s Charity Hack to tackle with their technical wizardry.
Here are a few ideas to get you started. Would you like:
• a widget on your website that showcases what your fundraisers are doing
• a calendar application to show your charity’s upcoming events
• a hook between your JustGiving data and your CRM software so you can send relevant, timely messages to your supporters?
Tell us your idea today. If it makes the cut, we’ll be in touch to discuss it.
What is Charity Hack 2012?
This annual get-together is for web developers and product design specialists brimming with innovative ways to use technology to help charities like yours promote their cause.
It’s all happening on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th November at PayPal’s offices in Richmond, London. We’re delighted to be sponsoring the event again this year, along with PayPal.
The hackers are so committed to experimenting with technology to benefit charities, that they work for a solid 24 hours on their project. Then each team has three minutes to present it to judges and fellow hackers.
If you want to come along to the hack, you can still snap up a free ticket if you’re quick. Register for your free place today
And don’t forget to let us know your ideas