Find below useful links to partner websites and a range of resources for charities.


4D are excited to announce their partnership with the Charities IT Association (CITA). As of March 1st 2020, 4D are offering colocation and cloud services to support CITA’s efforts in bringing more strategic IT to the charity sector. Our CEO, Jack Bedell-Pearce, leads the charge on our CSR efforts and felt it was a great time to bring some of our IaaS expertise to an under-serviced sector.

4D Data Centres are an award-winning managed infrastructure provider. 4D was founded by our CTO, David Barker, over 20 years ago, and we provide colocation, cloud, connectivity and cyber security services to hundreds of businesses (and charities!) across the UK. We have an extremely strong focus on providing the best customer experience possible to help deliver our customer’s ever-evolving requirements.

If you are a CITA registered charity and would like to find out more, please email in the first instance.

Accessible IT advice and support from AbilityNet

Understand more about the accessibility issues, as well as how technology can enable people with a disability through their use of IT.

The FSI (Foundation for Social Improvement)

The FSI is committed to supporting small charities through the delivery of extensive FREE TRAINING, delivered across the UK.


Intuitus is extremely proud to have partnered with the Charity IT Association (CITA) to help make a difference to charities throughout the UK.

Intuitus is the leading provider of independent, expert technology and digital advice to the private equity sector and companies backed by private equity. We have led over 1,500 engagements in 46 countries, and have 100+ real-world subject matter experts – proven CTOs, CIOs and CEOs – all with sector-specific technical and commercial expertise.

Throughout the investment lifecycle we provide commercially-focused technology due diligence, strategic advisory and operational improvement services across all business sectors. We enable organisational growth and transformation to optimise exit valuations.


KindLink provides free online tools for charities including CRM databases for donors integrated with online fundraising, and project management and social media tools.

Media Trust

Media Trust believes in the power of the media to change lives. As a charity, we work in partnership with the creative and media industry to give marginalised groups a stronger voice.

We do this by promoting skills-based volunteering; building the capacity of charities through knowledge sharing and training; empowering young people from diverse backgrounds to work in media; and encouraging constructive dialogue and collaboration with the media sector.

By bridging the gap between the media and creative industries and charities and under-represented communities, we are contributing to a more responsible, representative and connected media sector and ultimately, a more socially cohesive society.


NCVO champions the voluntary sector and volunteering because they’re essential for a better society.

New Dawn Risk

New Dawn Risk provides sponsorship funds to support CITA activities for our registered charities.Their specialist cyber insurance services can be found at

Pro Bono O.R.

Pro Bono O.R. (run by The Operational Research Society) connects professional analysts to third Sector Organisations. Benefits include: support from analytics experts, identifying and clarifying problems, finding real solutions & improving what you do…for free!

Reach for IT Volunteers

Register for skilled volunteers who can support you with hands-on help.

Small Charities Coalition

Joining the Small Charities Coalition entitles you to a range of benefits. Membership is free and open to any UK-based charity with an annual income of under £1 million. They exist to help trustees, staff and volunteers of small charities access the skills, tools, and information they need to get going and do what they do best.

Already registered on the CITA website?

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Not yet registered on the CITA website?

Please sign up as a new charity or volunteer