Small charity sector skill survey

A biennial survey conducted by The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) shows the skill barriers faced by small charities. Looking at IT skills, the report found that social media was the area requiring the greatest upskilling. It shows that 44% of charities who responded need some or significant upskilling in this area.

The report also identified a need to upskill in the following areas:

    • Website development (42%)
    • Specialist IT skills (40%)
    • Hardware and network management(36%)
This report shows the continued need to support charities with IT. CITA was set up to help charities make better use of IT. We provide free volunteer IT professionals to help charities be more effective through their use of technology.

If you would like to view a copy of the full report please click here.