The CTX Programme has partnered with Huddle to offer its collaborative online service to UK registered Charities and charitable housing associations. Huddle provides online file sharing and management, collaborative communication, project management tools, and more.
Nonprofit organisations can benefit from Huddle by sharing and editing documents inside and outside the organisation, managing projects and tasks, and communicating via whiteboards and discussion threads.
The Huddle donation programme is only available to eligible charities or nonprofits. Organisations that do not meet the donation programme's restrictions and wish to use Huddle can still benefit from charitable discounts by contacting email@example.com.
Consult the eligibility and entitlement page to review your organisation's eligibility to participate in this programme.
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