Not for Profit

Thousands of charities and not-for-profit bodies depends on the Internet as their primary channel for fundraising, marketing and communication.

The web is a powerful, highly cost effective tool to maximise charities’ visibility and direct fundraising efforts. But a lack of digital skills - as well as literacy challenges like dyslexia faced by millions of people  - can be a barrier to engagement for potential donors. 

Raising awareness, maximising returns

Every donation counts for charitable and non-profit organisations, making it vital to maximise returns from limited IT and infrastructure budgets. Assistive technology solutions can make your website more attractive and accessible to the widest possible audience, raising awareness of your organisation and making digital fundraising even more effective.

Available products
  • Browsealoud

Supporting diverse charity workers

Charity sector employees and volunteers generously dedicate their time to supporting others. But an increasingly diverse workplace can present communication challenges of its own. Often, staff just need a little assistance with everyday activities like reading documents and writing letters to be as effective as possible.

Available products
  • Read & Write
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Read&Write: boosting confidence and achievement in the workplace .

Our Read&Write family of literacy software makes the web, documents and files more accessible - any time, any place, and on any platform or device.

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Browsealoud: lowering barriers between organisations and their customers.

Give all your website visitors a better experience – and reduce barriers between your content and all your audiences.

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what our customers in not for profit say...

Simon Stevens

As a leading disability consultant, my website is very important to showcase how I have overcome various issues with the work that I do, as well as reflecting my values and principles. I must be able to practice what I preach and therefore it is important my website is as accessible as I would expect other websites to be. Browsealoud is an integral component of my website to help a wide range of users, and potential customers, who might have difficulties reading online content.

Simon Stevens, Independent Disability Consultant

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